Nanuet, NY, May 07, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Stratus Interoperable™ (SI), an innovator in data integration and advanced analytics solutions for healthcare providers announced today that it has signed a five-year agreement, to deliver its StratusLink™ data management and business intelligence platform, to The New Jewish Home, a leading New York institution providing healthcare to older adults for 170 years.
The deal is part of an Early Adopter Program focused on Long-Term Post-Acute Care Providers (LTPACs) and designed to provide early access to advanced data management and business intelligence technology at an affordable price to this underserved market.
This SI program was offered in cooperation with the Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS) and has achieved its goal of five (5) participants among AJAS members. Program participants will work closely with the SI development and analytics team and will have an opportunity to tailor the StratusLink Platform to their needs.
In return, program participants will provide candid feedback and guidance in future StratusLink platform releases, act as demonstration sites for future prospects and will provide referrals and testimonials.
“We are very excited to work with proactive and forward-thinking organizations like The New Jewish Home. Doing so will help keep our StratusLink platform development at the forefront of data transparency and usability for all healthcare markets,” said Fred Zolla, Executive Chairman, SI. “Our unique ability to fully integrate both internal and external clinical, financial and operations data into centrally accessible, longitudinal patient records differentiates us from everyone else in the industry. Providing this level of interoperability now, will not only help improve the lives of the seniors The New Jewish Home cares for, it will speed the organization’s successful transition to value-based health.”
“The New Jewish Home is delighted to partner with Stratus Interoperable to gain deeper insight that will help improve the lives of older Americans,” said Dr. Jeffrey I. Farber, President and CEO of The New Jewish Home. “For over 170 years, technology and innovation have put The New Jewish Home at the forefront of care for older adults and we’re excited to continue this tradition by collaborating with Stratus Interoperable.”About Stratus Interoperable
Stratus Interoperable delivers advanced data management and business intelligence services across the healthcare spectrum including: Acute Care; Accountable Care; Long-Term and Post-Acute Care; Skilled Nursing; Behavioral Health; Home Health; Hospice and Healthcare REITs. StratusLink
™—the company’s Data Management and Business Intelligence Platform—collects and unifies clinical, financial and operations data from disparate IT and electronic health record systems (EHRs) regardless of source or format. The platform delivers unprecedented data utilization and decision support through central access to integrated patient records, advanced search-based analytics and universal information exchange. Stratus Interoperable is a privately held U.S. corporation.About the New Jewish Home
Serving New Yorkers of all faiths and ethnicities, The New Jewish Home was founded as the B’nai Jeshurun Ladies Benevolent Society for the Relief of Indigent Females in 1848. One of the nation’s largest and most diversified nonprofit older adult health care systems, Jewish Home serves 12,000 older adults each year, in their homes, on campuses in Manhattan and Westchester, and in senior housing residences in the Bronx. Jewish Home offers short-term rehabilitation, long‐term skilled nursing, senior housing, and a wide range of home health programs. Jewish Home believes that high-quality care and personal dignity are everyone’s right, regardless of background or economic circumstances. Technology, innovation, applied research, and new models of care put The New Jewish Home at the vanguard of older adult health care across the country.About AJAS
AJAS is a unique association of not-for-profit community-based organizations, rooted in Jewish values, which promotes and supports the delivery of services to an aging population.