SamarionSolution(SM) Provides Comprehensive Solution to Complex Nursing
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Samarion Inc., the Long Term Care (LTC) industry's technology partner, will demonstrate SamarionSolution(SM), an enterprise quality improvement system that will help nursing home facilities reduce falls, reduce incidents of wandering and elopement, eliminate the environment for abuse and neglect, and effectively manage staff efficiency and performance.
The company will host live presentations of this system at Booth #401 at the AHCA/NACL/MECF 59th Annual Convention and Exposition Oct. 5-8 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.
"Every stakeholder in long term care, from resident rights organizations to regulators and even industry associations, has called for new technologies to support quality improvements," said Mark E. Rodgers, Samarion CEO. "At the AHCA annual convention, we invite all of these stakeholders to personally confirm that Samarion has answered the call, and to see how together we can fundamentally change the overall quality of care in nursing homes. In fact, together we will redefine long term care."
To experience SamarionSolution, the Samarion team of experts-plus owners and administrators of nursing homes who have initial implementations of SamarionSolution -- will be on hand at Booth #401 to demonstrate the system, sign up customers, and book installations.
Samarion will also demonstrate SamarionSolution at the 2008 AAHSA 2008 Annual Meeting and Exposition Oct. 12-15 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, Pa.
Samarion, a privately-held corporation dedicated to improving the quality of elder care, was recognized early on as an "Emerging High-Growth Company to Watch." Mark E. Rodgers serves as commissioner for the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST), an international coalition leading the charge to expedite emerging technologies that are transforming the aging experience.
|SOURCE Samarion Inc.|
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