Gurwin Jewish Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Commack New York
The Gurwin Jewish Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Commack, NY is a 460-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation unit that is part of a larger continuum of care, including an assisted living community, home care programs, and more. The Gurwin Center conducted an intensive search for long-term care EMR systems. After nearly two years of researching the various EHR products and services available, the center chose Optimus EMR® as its EHR solution in November of 2006. Currently the Gurwin Center benefits from a fully integrated EHR implementation that enhances patient care and staff cooperationperformance. The Gurwin Center has also reported improved staff satisfaction, better operational control, and positive financial results. To read more about this Electronic Medical Records Case Study, click the link below.
Lutheran Senior Services, St. Louis Missouri
Lutheran Senior Services comprises a not-for-profit network of facilities specializing in enhancing life for seniors aged 62 and over. LSS currently has 19 locations in Missouri and Illinois, offering a variety of choices and support for retirement living. Through affordable housing sites, senior living communities, in-home services, skilled Nursing and more, Lutheran Senior Services provides a comprehensive continuum of life choices centered on the unique needs of individuals. All eight of the Lutheran Senior Services Skilled Care Nursing Communities are currently using the Optimus EMR® system. These LSS Care Centers have grown alongside Optimus in the development and use of a fully functioning EMR, and continue to incorporate the newest advances as they are made available. To read more about this Electronic Medical Records Case Study, click the link below.
Menorah Manor, St. Petersburg, Florida
Menorah Manor has become one of the finest geriatric and rehabilitation centers in the country, growing significantly since its founding in 1985. Menorah Manor began its implementation of the Optimus EMR in 2008 and has all of the features and functions up and running at this time with the exception of the pharmacy and lab interfaces. The nurses and other staff are happy with the system, reporting that they find it easy to use and that it saves them time. To read more about this Electronic Medical Records Case Study, click the link below.