Empowering Nursing Facilities



Quality Measures and Star Rating

Our model entails medical providers assigned to individual facilities. This enables providers to deliver care and communicate with facility staff onsite throughout the entire day. This allows our medical providers to participate in multi-disciplinary work rounds with the nutritionists, nurses, therapists, case managers, MDS coordinators, and other healthcare providers to promote complete care of the residents. Residents and families appreciate this comprehensive care from nursing facility providers.

Our service includes establishing wound care programs with providers trained in wound care. We implement advanced platforms that capture images of wounds and incorporates them into the facility EMR to enhance wound care documentation.

We upgrade the facility EMR to incorporate outside medical records. We aim to impart the EMR a stand-alone function thereby minimizing reliance on paper medical charts.

We utilize video platforms to optimize telehealth medicine. This enables providers remote access to address urgent medical issues, obtain outside lab and other results, and review hospital discharge summaries/instructions and MAR.

We also advance health IT by incorporating platforms that analyze Minimum Data Sets (MDS), optimize Continuity of Care Documentation (CCD), and achieve electronic clinical quality measures (eCQM)/Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). This reduces F-tags and other state survey issued demerits and enhances survey performances.


Medical Malpractice, Medical Errors, and Hospital (Re-)Admissions

In our practice model, acute medical issues are addressed by the medical providers who have more onsite presence. This prevents hospital admissions and readmissions.

Similarly, our wound care programs prevent hospital admissions for wound-related complications. We tailor medical practices to improve resident healthcare.



The nursing faciliites can see a substantial increase in revenue from our service. They would directly receive reimbursements for medical provider services. We would also implement medical informatic platforms and consultations services to improve Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) indices.

Furthermore, our practice model in general geriatric care, telehealth service, and wound care program prevents hospital (re-)admissions. This maintains a strong occupancy rate for the facilities. Likewise, our wound care programs prevent outside referrals to wound healing centers by bring that advanced level of wound care to the facilities.


Reputation and Marketability

The facility providers in our model have more on-site presence. This gives the facility a face to promote its healthcare services. This presence enables them to provide more counseling of residents and families and hence higher satisfaction rates with residents and families.

We also endorse our providers to confer with those “outside” the facility including hospitalists and those of other disciplines. This communication enables community providers to appreciate the continuity of care from facility providers. We also integrate inpatient care into our model. We encourage facility providers to “follow” residents admitted to the hospital and care for them as inpatients. Hospitals will come to appreciate this extension of facility care and appreciate the facility as a center of excellence for resident care.

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