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News June 23, 2020 The Road To Reopening | Ensuring Safe Visits In Senior Care

As lockdown restrictions ease across the country, visitors are slowly being allowed to return to senior care homes. For months, families and friends have been separated from each other, and soon, they can reunite in person. To ensure visits can continue, local health authorities have released guidelines (for example Ontario and CMS) to help maintain …

News May 15, 2020 New CMS COVID-19 Reporting Rules For Senior Care Facilities

On May 6th, The Centers For Medicare and Medicaid Services released an update clarifying the new reporting requirements for skilled nursing facilities should staff or residents test positive for COVID-19. These new regulations are intended to increase transparency between staff, residents and their families.  For more information, read the Q&A section here.

News May 11, 2020 Need A Moment? Take A (Virtual) Break With Us

Like most of us right now, I’m sure you are checking the news quite frequently and know that COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting senior care homes. While some might welcome social distancing during the crisis, for those in senior care, not having family and friends visit, let alone not being able to socialize with fellow residents, …

News May 1, 2020 Automated Care Messaging | A Special Offer During COVID-19

Keeping resident families informed of their loved one’s status is critical in an emergency. The current COVID-19 crisis has made this more important than ever before. With senior care facilities continuing to feel the impact of the virus, care teams are working long hours and extra shifts to care for their residents, while also conducting …

News April 23, 2020 Five Ways To Engage With Patients During COVID-19

With daily changes to social distancing rules and guidelines and which businesses and services stay open, access to healthcare for non-emergent cases is becoming a challenge. Patients need care, but it is not only doctors who now have a responsibility to keep fellow citizens safe and healthy. During these uncertain times, communication from a healthcare …

News April 2, 2020 How to keep communicating with seniors during COVID-19

While we all do our part to limit the spread of the virus by staying home and limiting social interactions, here are some ways to stay connected and social – from a distance.

News February 24, 2020 2020: Year Of The Nurse And Midwife

More and more, nurses are using technology to streamline their workload to leave more time for helping patients on their healthcare journeys.

News February 4, 2020 Cliniconex Expands its Partnership with PointClickCare, Offering Senior Care Providers a Fully-Integrated Solution for Resident Family Engagement

Mississauga, ON – February 4, 2020 – PointClickCare, the leading cloud-based software vendor for the senior care market, and Cliniconex, an Ottawa-based patient engagement solutions vendor, have entered into an agreement that will offer senior care providers an integrated solution for resident family engagement. As part of the agreement, PointClickCare will resell Cliniconex’s Automated Care …

News January 8, 2020 What Updates In The CPSO Referral-Consultation Guidelines Mean For You

Technology can help specialists – and their staff – get back to caring for their patients by reducing the amount of time spent making calls following up and confirming appointments. By using automated booking notifications, patients are easily notified of referrals with no extra work for the front-end staff.

News August 7, 2019 Cliniconex Announces Partnership with CareWorx Fully Managed to Bring Automated Resident Family Engagement to Senior Care

Ottawa, Canada — Cliniconex, providers of an innovative resident family engagement solution designed to return time to care through workflow automation, today announced a partnership with CareWorx Fully Managed, leading supplier of 24×7 IT support and complete senior care technology solutions. The partnership seeks to make the Cliniconex solution more broadly available to skilled nursing …