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10.11.17 - TRIPLECARE TO PRESENT AT LEADINGAGE ANNUAL MEETING & EXPO

VP of Business Development Bill Cote and John Barnum, SVP and CFO of Liberty Lutheran to be featured speakers and present the ways in which telemedicine physician group can improve quality of care and decrease readmissions. They’ll also discuss cost-effective strategies for providing advanced medical care in nursing homes and assisted living settings.

 

10.09.17 - TRIPLECARE INTRODUCES ITS TELEMEDICINE SERVICES IN FOUR COVENANT HEALTH SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES IN NEW ENGLAND

The partnership brings virtual physician services to the first skilled nursing facility in Maine and three others in Boston area. We anticipate that the collaboration will result in enhanced care delivery, reduced cost and higher satisfaction for the patients and nurses.

 

9.18.17 - TRIPLECARE TO PRESENT AT THE AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION/NATIONAL CENTER FOR ASSISTED LIVING 68th ANNUAL CONVENTION AND EXPO

SVP of Sales John Cover to participate in a panel discussion entitled: Is Telemedicine the Right Solution for My Center? Attendees will learn more about telemedicine features and utiliztion, capabilities of current vendors, how to prepare for implementation, cost and benefit of telemedicine to the center and residents.

 

8.14.17 - TRIPLECARE SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN CMS TELEMEDICINE STUDY AT MULTIPLE SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES

A CMS study evaluating the cost effectiveness of telemedicine utilization in SNFs is underway at three facilities. TripleCare has been selected to participate in the study by providing telemedicine-based virtual physician services. The study is led and managed by the TRECS Institute, a non-profit dedicated to improving care for seniors while decreasing healthcare costs.