Nursing Facility Connectivity Program


LifeSpan is excited to work with CRISP, Maryland's State-Designated Health Information Exchange (HIE), and Real Time Medical Systems, the leading interventional analytics solution in healthcare, to bring Maryland SNFs the Nursing Facility Connectivity Program.
This program provides data integration through Real Time’s Clinical Analytics Module and Clinical Technical Assistance Program to help facilities prioritize patient care, automate prevention and surveillance programs, and reduce preventable hospital admissions and readmissions - all at no cost and no additional work on the part of the facility.

Each facility will receive access to Real Time’s HITRUST Certified Clinical Analytics Module. This cloud-based solution accesses live data within your facility’s electronic medical record to analyze and identify subtle changes in resident conditions so that those residents at risk of a change in condition - which could lead to hospitalization or readmission - can be prioritized and monitored.

In addition, the program will provide each facility with a Clinical Technical Assistance Coordinator - registered nurse - who will partner with your care teams to provide additional program support.

Learn more about how this free Nursing Facility Connectivity Program can benefit your facility, residents, and senior care in Maryland.

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The Nursing Facility Connectivity Program offers trainings and educational sessions to facilities that are enrolled in the program. Be sure to check-out the on-demand videos and register for upcoming live trainings and educational sessions below.

On-Demand Training: Real Time Clinical Analytics Module
Register for Live Training: Real Time Clinical Analytics Module
On-Demand Educational Sessions:

Tool kit: Shortness of Breath - Essential resources to share and post within your facilities to help                    reduce readmissions related to shortness of breath.

Practice Briefs: