Winners announced in 13th Annual McKnight’s Tech Awards – News
Winners announced in 13th Annual McKnight’s Tech Awards
RiverSpring Living from the Bronx, NY, was a big winner Wednesday when medalists were announced in the 2023 McKnight’s Tech Awards competition.
RiverSpring Living: Bridging the Gap with Digital Photo Frame for End-of-Life Care
Staff at RiverSpring Living make it a point to minimize loneliness, especially for residents at the end of life. Their entry, “Digital Photo Frame for End-of-Life Care,” won the Gold Award in the Building Bridges category. This innovative solution allows staff to be a bridge between the family and resident when they cannot be there in person. By hearing the voice of a loved one or familiar song, residents receive invaluable comfort and support.
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line: Preventing Falls with VST
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line was recognized for their entry, “Fall Prevention with VST,” which won the Gold Award in the Quality category. By implementing VirtueSense’s VSTAlert, team members are now more aware of residents at the highest risk of falls. This has resulted in zero falls in rooms with VSTAlert monitoring registration in the five months of this year, improving the To encapsulate everything care for all patients.
Tutera Senior Living & Health Care: Innovating Work Shift Scheduling with SAMI
Tutera Senior Living & Health Care was awarded the Gold medal in the Innovator of the Year category for their entry, “Tutera Nearly Eliminates Unfilled Shifts, Drives Census Growth.” By utilizing SAMI, delivered by ShiftKey + OnShift, Tutera was able to streamline and optimize work shift scheduling across their 71 communities. This innovation has significantly reduced unfilled shifts and contributed to the growth of their census.