Vendor Showcase I
11:00 AM – 12:00 Noon EDT
WellSky: Using Technology to Support a Changing Landscape of Services
In addition to ever-increasing federal, state and payer requirements, the adult day industry is now faced with the unique challenges of COVID-19. Healthcare has increasingly become data driven. Technology can better enable providers to: collect/report data and diversify services concurrent with meeting the interface between a broad range of service providers, regulatory agencies and payers.
This showcase, hosted by WellSky Adult Day, formerly ADS Data Systems– is designed to provide solutions to Adult Day Service centers through the use of technology. Center owners and management (Director’s, CFOs, Human Resources) will benefit from the information provided.
Key areas to include:
• Documentation for COVID-19 (pre-screening, home delivered meals & telephonic visit)
• Flexibility/Mobility of Software
• Electronic Health Records (Track Hospitalizations & Vaccinations, Create eMAR’s)
• Attendance and Billing
• Assessment Tools (ADCAPS, Cognitive, Falls Risk, Elopement Risk, PHQ-9 and Much More)
• Evaluating Business Needs When Considering Software
o New Centers
o Existing Centers
o Multi-site Organizations
Presenter: Kimberly Turner, Software Consultant, WellSky Adult Day.
Kimberly Turner began her healthcare career 18 years ago in the acute care setting. As the healthcare industry compliance and record keeping standards changed, Kimberly took special interest in this new opportunity of electronic health records. She was instrumental in transitioning two specialty physician practices from paper to electronic health records. She has worked with software systems such as Meditech, Allscripts and Epic in both initial implementation as well as transitioning from one electronic system to another. From front line experience, Kimberly understands that such transitions can have an impact on business practices and culture. Her experience and skill set as an end user, with understanding of electronic records systems and HIPAA guidelines, uniquely qualifies Kimberly as a software consultant and trainer.