Metropolitan Jewish Health System Awards Electronic Medical Records Contract to SigmaCare®
Mobile System to Launch in Three Skilled Nursing Facilities
NEW YORK – After an intense 18-month selection process, a proven commitment to clinical quality earned SigmaCare® a contract to deploy electronic medical records (EMR) throughout Metropolitan Jewish Health System’s (Metropolitan) skilled nursing facilities.
Metropolitan, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization, operates Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Center, Shorefront Jewish Geriatric Center, and Menorah Home and Hospital. All of the facilities are active participants in the Advancing Excellence in America’s Nursing Homes campaign, underscoring their commitment to improving the quality of life for residents and staff in America’s nursing homes and focusing on quality improvement and self-regulation.
“The Nursing Home Quality Initiative is designed to promote excellence in skilled nursing facilities and care giving,” said Eli S. Feldman, Metropolitan’s president and CEO. “SigmaCare will help us to do that and more because their company is focused on the clinical side of long-term care, not just electronic medical records.”
With 15 years of health information technology experience, SigmaCare takes a unique “big picture” approach to implementing EMR in skilled nursing facilities.
Summary: A nationally recognized organization selected the client’s electronic medical records (EMR) system after a rigorous selection process.
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