We work with client leadership to develop short-term and long-term plans that link technology needs with business strategy. Projects range from broad exercises to focused package implementation strategies. We believe that a solid implementation strategy is critical to any planning project. Our approach to IT planning is based on years of experience gained in dozens of successful implementations.We assign our most experienced people to execute our planning projects. Our team offers substantial technology and healthcare expertise. Through our experience, market knowledge and research capabilities, we work with you to structure initiatives that align with your organization’s strategic objectives. You can expect objective recommendations from us. We don’t sell software or hardware and have no financial relationships with any technology vendor. Job Details: Provide nursing care, under the direction of the RN, to assigned patients adult and geriatric in the Assisted Living according to established nursing standards of care and practice. Performing all basic nursing functions for those residents cased in memory care such as medications, treatments, ADL Assistance, resident activities, meal assist, and housekeeping. Performs other miscellaneous duties as required that include but is not limited to staffing, picking up the mail and 62 day nurse visits. Must hold and maintain BLS certification. Previous experience in Nursing Home setting is preferred. Able to delegate tasks and monitor duties of non licensed staff. Selecting a new information system is a major decision for provider organizations, especially in this era of highly advanced functionality. These decisions typically result in significant investments of time and money, and long-term relationships with core software vendors.Because of this, the process for arriving at a vendor decision must be sound. We believe that there are two critical success factors for any system selection project: objectivity and broad buy-in.The vendor decision must be based on objective criteria rather than a subjective, “gut feel” point-of-view. Software should be evaluated against a set of requirements established through a detailed evaluation of current-state processes and future-state objectives.In addition, the selection decision-making process must involve the correct people so that it is viewed as a sound decision and is widely accepted throughout the organization. Because implementation requires significant support and commitment from multiple departments and individuals, an organization cannot afford to have key resources who feel that the vendor selection was done without appropriate input.Our approach to system selection projects accomplishes these success factors. Our approach is based on years of experience gained in dozens of successful projects.