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News Article | February 21, 2017
Site: marketersmedia.com

Capital Health Care Network's facility, The Oaks of West Kettering in Dayton Ohio achieved a deficiency free rating from the Ohio Department of Health and Welfare. This is a rare achievement for a survey which evaluates physical plant, housekeeping, nursing and resident activity factors.Dayton, United States - February 20, 2017 /PressCable/ — The Oaks of West Kettering skilled nursing center recently received, and is celebrating a deficiency-free state survey, helping to kick off the challenge to other Capital Health Care Network communities. The nursing home was examined in January by a team from the Ohio Department of Health and Welfare, and no issues were noted! “This is a rare occurrence and does not happen without a lot of work, preparation, teamwork and focus,” said Mark Knepper, COO Capital Health Care Network- Senior Care Division. Ohio State inspectors have a comprehensive list of what they’re looking for during a survey, including areas such as the physical plant, housekeeping, nursing and activities for residents. And a deficiency-free survey is unusual. “A lot of people understand that in this industry it is very difficult to obtain a deficiency-free survey, with all the regulations,” said Theresa Lippoli, Administrator of The Oaks of West Kettering. During their four day evaluation, the Ohio Department of Health’s work included looking at residents’ charts, interviewing residents, reviewing compliance with Medicare and Medicaid regulations, and assessing processes in place for preventing abuse and neglect. “In today’s world with numerous regulations, it is indeed impressive to see a facility functioning as a team at this level. We are very proud of this accomplishment and it symbolizes the Capital Health Care Network’s commitment to the residents we serve,” stated Mark Knepper, COO Capital Health Care Network-Senior Care Division. The Oaks of West Kettering is part of the Capital Health Care Network, providing seniors with assisted living, independent living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, home care, and hospice services for 30 years. Their mission of excellence in helping seniors age on their own terms has resulted in recognition by the American Health Care Association for the National Quality Award, and 5 – Star Ratings at other facilities. For more information contact: Theresa Lippoli, Administrator The Oaks of West Kettering 1150 West Dorothy Lane Dayton, Ohio, 45409 (937) 293-1152 Contact Info:Name: Theresa LippoliEmail: theresa.lippoli@capitalhcn.comOrganization: Capital Health Care NetworkAddress: 5020 Philadelphia Dr,, Dayton, OH 45415, United StatesPhone: +1-937-293-1152For more information, please visit https://capitalhealthcarenetwork.comSource: PressCableRelease ID: 171539


News Article | February 15, 2017
Site: www.prweb.com

INTEGRIS, the largest Oklahoma-owned not-for-profit health system in Oklahoma, will present at HIMSS 2017 on how it leveraged virtual care to boost patient engagement in both rural and urban areas, and exceeded its business goals. The presentation – Patient Engagement Success: A Consumer-Driven Approach to Promoting Virtual Clinics – will be hosted by Dr. Pam Forducey, INTEGRIS’ system director of eHealth. It is scheduled for 2–2:30 p.m. on Feb. 20 at Hyatt Regency Orlando. Forducey will discuss the benefits of INTEGRIS’ partnership with virtual care provider Carena, and the two most significant factors in the success of the health system’s virtual care marketing efforts: taking a “retail” approach to advertising; and continually reviewing engagement data to optimize media buys. “INTEGRIS Virtual Visit enabled our organization to offer high-quality innovative care at an affordable price to all Oklahomans beginning in February 2015 in partnership with Carena,” Forducey said. “INTEGRIS is pleased by the public’s adoption of our virtual visit capabilities and we look forward to even more virtual care offerings in this consumer-driven healthcare environment.” Forducey will provide insights into leveraging integrated virtual clinics to engage patients and garner loyalty. She will also present on marketing virtual clinics in an age of on-demand consumerism. “We are proud to be INTEGRIS’ virtual care partner as they continue to see great success in patient engagement,” said Ralph C. Derrickson, president and CEO of Carena. “Those who attend Pam’s presentation will no doubt come away with a better understanding of how to bring more patients to their virtual clinic, and how to leverage healthcare’s new front door to offer high-quality care that meets patients where they’re at – online.” HIMSS 2017 attendees can connect with Carena directly at the McKesson booth (#3479) on the main show floor. About INTEGRIS INTEGRIS, the largest Oklahoma-owned not-for-profit health system in the state, is known for innovation and unparalleled quality offering advanced treatment options and specialties found nowhere else in the region. INTEGRIS is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. For more information, visit http://integrisok.com/. About Carena Carena designs and operates virtual clinics for health systems. We combine technology and new care delivery methods to provide healthcare for the way consumers live and work today. Carena has offered on-demand care since 2000, informing our telemedicine solution with industry-leading expertise in clinical quality and consumer preferences. Today, our virtual care model and configurable technology platform make it possible for health systems to offer care to consumers anytime, anywhere as a natural extension of each system’s brand, mission, and service. We now partner with over 120 hospitals, offering virtual care access to over 20 million consumers. To learn more, please visit http://www.carenamd.com/.


Patent
INC Research, Hitachi Ltd., Care Network and Aska Pharmaceutical Co. | Date: 2013-01-02

Demyelinated axons were remyelinated in the demyelinated rat model by collecting bone marrow cells from mouse bone marrow and transplanting the mononuclear cell fraction separated from these bone marrow cells.


Patent
Care Network | Date: 2011-10-20

A centralized network can be established by contracting medical facilities and insurance providers, in which the medical facilities agree to waive all or a portion of a deductible amount owed as part of their contractual obligation with the network. The insurance providers agree to provide a credit of the premium to be paid by beneficiaries that use a contracted medical facility to receive a service for which the deductible amount is waived. Specific uses of the systems and methods disclosed can include management of a Medicare supplemental insurance network in which Part A deductibles are waived by hospitals or similar medical facilities, and premium credits are provided to beneficiaries of Medicare supplemental insurance policies who use contracted medical facilities. The cost savings and increased revenue recognized by both medical facilities and insurance providers can enable claims to be repriced while reducing transactional costs for all parties.


A system for providing healthcare includes an examination room having a controller configured for communication with a remote healthcare provider, such as a primary care physician, via a telecommunications network, a medical examination chair or table for supporting a patient, and a digital display in communication with the controller and facing the medical examination chair or table. The digital display is configured to display the remote healthcare provider to the patient on the digital display in substantially life size and with direct eye-to-eye contact with the patient. A plurality of digital medical instruments is in communication with the controller for selectively providing diagnostic information of the patient to the remote healthcare provider. An input device is in communication with the controller so that a clinical care coordinator, such as a registered nurse, can selectively control communications between the examination room and the remote healthcare provider.


Patent
INC Research, ASKA Pharmaceutical Co., Care Network and Hitachi Ltd. | Date: 2011-03-09

Demyelinated axons were remyelinated in the demyelinated rat model by collecting bone marrow cells from mouse bone marrow and transplanting the mononuclear cell fraction separated from these bone marrow cells.


Patent
INC Research, Care Network and Aska Pharmaceutical Co. | Date: 2015-05-28

Demyelinated axons were remyelinated in the demyelinated rat model by collecting bone marrow cells from mouse bone marrow and transplanting the mononuclear cell fraction separated from these bone marrow cells.


Patent
INC Research, Aska Pharmaceutical CO., Care Network and Hitachi Ltd. | Date: 2011-03-04

Demyelinated axons were remyelinated in the demyelinated rat model by collecting bone marrow cells from mouse bone marrow and transplanting the mononuclear cell fraction separated from these bone marrow cells.


Patent
INC Research, ASKA Pharmaceutical Co., Care Network and Hitachi Ltd. | Date: 2011-03-16

Demyelinated axons were remyelinated in the demyelinated rat model by collecting bone marrow cells from mouse bone marrow and transplanting the mononuclear cell fraction separated from these bone marrow cells.


News Article | February 16, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

'Heart Ball' Fundraiser Supports Heart and Vascular Institute's Continued Service of the Community SOMERSET, NJ--(Marketwired - Feb 16, 2017) - MTBC ( : MTBC) ( : MTBCP), a leading provider of proprietary, cloud-based electronic health records, practice management and mHealth solutions, was pleased to partner with Pikeville Medical Center ("Pikeville") on February 11, 2017 as a key event sponsor for the hospital's East Kentucky Heart Ball, which benefits Pikeville's Heart and Vascular Institute. Pikeville, a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, has been dedicated to providing quality care to patients in Kentucky for almost a century. It operates a 300-bed facility that provides more than 400 services, including every major specialty and most subspecialties, and employs more than 3,000 employees and approximately 400 credentialed providers. MediGain Practice Management, an MTBC company, has provided end-to-end revenue cycle management services to Pikeville since October 2016. Each year, the East Kentucky Heart Ball fundraiser brings together a diverse mix of guests including medical, business, and political leaders. This year, more than 400 individuals attended the fundraiser to demonstrate their support. In reflecting on the 2017 fundraiser, Juanita Deskins, Pikeville's Chief Operating Officer, explained, "Pikeville Medical Center has been dedicated to providing high quality care to patients in Kentucky for almost a century and we appreciate MTBC's support in helping us achieve our important mission." Stephen Snyder, MTBC's President, stated, "We are honored to be able to partner with Pikeville." He continued, "The fulfillment of Pikeville's mission ensures that area residents can access top quality healthcare services and we're thrilled to be able to support Pikeville as they continue to serve the community." MTBC is a healthcare information technology company that provides a fully integrated suite of proprietary web-based solutions, together with related business services, to healthcare providers. Our integrated Software-as-a-Service (or SaaS) platform helps our customers increase revenues, streamline workflows and make better business and clinical decisions, while reducing administrative burdens and operating costs. MTBC's common stock trades on the NASDAQ Capital Market under the ticker symbol "MTBC," and its Series A Preferred Stock trades on the NASDAQ Capital Market under the ticker symbol "MTBCP." MTBC Acquisition, Corp., d/b/a "MediGain Practice Management," is a wholly owned subsidiary of MTBC. For additional information, please visit our website at www.mtbc.com. This press release contains various forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. 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