Insights Delivered

Get our latest news in your inbox.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Real Time Announces Strategic Partnership with AMS Onsite to Advance Infection Prevention

April 15, 2020
Baltimore, MD, April 15, 2020 – Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time), the leading Interventional Analytics solution in healthcare, today announces a strategic partnership with AMS Onsite, a fast-growing infection control management practice. AMS Onsite will embed Real Time’s Infection Risk Identification tools into the nursing facilities it serves in order to stay ahead of potential infectious disease outbreaks. Real Time’s industry-leading Interventional Analytics solution extracts live clinical data from the LTPAC EHR and identifies subtle changes in resident condition, pushing live alerts, to clinical teams in an effort to anticipate adverse situations before they occur. Following the emergence of COVID-19, more

Drive Better Outcomes From Your ACO Post-Acute Care Networks

March 1, 2020
With smartphones attached at the hip, apps that manage nearly every aspect of our lives, and social media feeds that keep us up-to-date, we may be connected 24/7, but real relationships still matter in business and in life. The key to any successful relationship requires that both parties prioritize transparency, trust, engagement, and collaboration. As Helen Keller said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." And nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to the partnership between Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and their post-acute care networks. With the shift towards value-based care, more

Real Time Medical Systems Exceeds 1,000 Customers

February 13, 2020
Company reduces hospitalizations of Long-Term Care Residents by 50% Baltimore, MD, February 20, 2020 – Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time), the leading healthcare interventional analytics company connecting long-term care facilities, hospitals, ACOs, and payers, today announced a significant company milestone as they reached 1,000 customers! In 2019 Real Time saw continued growth in its customer base by expanding its suite of interventional analytics technology tools. This extraordinary company milestone speaks to significant market opportunity and demand for an interventional analytics solution that can improve clinical outcomes, optimize PDPM, and coordinate care across the continuum delivered by Real Time. more

PDPM: Premature Celebration Could Be Your Costliest Mistake

February 12, 2020
Zimmet Healthcare recently wrote that PDPM is a “monumental improvement.” And, it is. For those of us who have spent hours, days, months, and even years prepping for PDPM, we’re satisfied with this new reimbursement model – even though there are plenty of concerns for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to address. Early reporting suggests that the per patient day ($PPD) revenue has improved, but it is not clear whether the aggregate Medicare reimbursement has improved, stayed the same, or decreased. Length of Stay (LOS), alternative payment models, and hospital referrals must be calculated into PDPM’s more

Hapevolve Partners With Real Time Medical Systems to Provide Hospitals With Interventional Analytics to Connect with Post-Acute Network

February 3, 2020
Baltimore, MD, February 3, 2020 – Real Time Medical Systems, a company nationally known for its ability to provide interventional analytics to help hospitals and health systems build an integrated preferred network with their long-term facilities (LTC), has joined HAPevolve, a subsidiary of The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP). As an industry partner to HAP members, Real Time delivers clear, data-driven analytical insights to clinical decision makers and care providers, ensuring quality care improvements and financial gain for both hospitals LTC facilities. Receiving live data from the LTC’s EHR, Real Time provides enterprise dashboard allowing the hospital more

A Win-Win Approach to Managing Length of Stay With Your Post-Acute Network

September 26, 2019
These days, the push and pull between hospitals and post-acute networks can feel a lot like wading in the ocean on a rough day. On the surface, requirements by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) are pushing hospitals to monitor patients post-discharge during a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) stay more closely, reducing their length of stay. But under those waves is an undertow: SNFs have different business goals. And some of those goals may compete with hospital objectives. Standing tall in this push-pull environment means managing length of stay while also improving outcomes for patients. How can more

Insights Delivered

Get our latest news in your inbox.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Our Partners