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COMS Interactive Introduces Daylight IQ V5.31; Enhances Disease Care Management

By Healthcare Tech Outlook

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH: Consolidating disease management, long term healthcare knowledge and business administration to reduce unnecessary hospital readmissions, improve resident healthcare and increase facility revenue- Clinical Outcomes Management Systems (“COMS Interactive”) launched a new software called Daylight IQ v5.31.

The software is a patient-centered disease care management system, which offers web-based SaaS product suite that works as a stand-alone application or in combination with the market’s leading EMRs. It mainly focuses to stabilize and improve resident health across the post-acute continuum, including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, managed care environments and other settings.

The tool improves the care of residents by addressing abnormal observations in a real-time environment to connect the nurses with a dynamic assessment series and a library of information. It further empowers the nurses to proactively identify changes in condition and determine the next steps in care through suggested interventions.

The solution package assures a successful client experience by allowing the users to leverage On-Demand Training and support Resources to provide Feedback directly to the COMS team.

"We're excited to bring this product extension to the healthcare market," says Frederick T. Croft, Executive Chairman, COMS Interactive.  "The COMS Customer Success Portal was designed to support facilities through an effective client experience."

Earlier, COMS has worked with ADL Data Systems to develop Single Sign-On capability which complements existing integration and streamlines nursing workflow between Daylight IQ and the ADL Electronic Health Record. The new enhancement will handle accommodation of upcoming conversion from ICD-9 to ICD-10 diagnosis and disease coding.

The product suit covers 37 disease categories or afflictions, representing 85 chronic diseases typically seen in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities. These categories are then supported with clinical care guides that will help to define processes provided at the time of care plans.

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