Randall Holley has been IT director for nine years at Commonwealth Care of Roanoke in Roanoke, Va., a long-term rehabilitation provider with 12 skilled nursing locations across the state. During his tenure, the organization has adopted advanced technology and telemedicine tools to bring specialized care to any bedside at any location. He recently told Long-Term Living what his company is doing with electronic health record (EHR) integration and telehealth, including virtual wound consults.
What technology has your company embraced?
We have been using electronic health records for almost four years. We vetted out 12 different systems before we chose PointClickCare. We felt like interoperability was going to be important and we thought [that system] gave us the greatest advantage to overcoming the interoperability issues out there. To a large degree, that’s been very true.
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