"For almost 20 years, Kairos has been offering products and services which enhance our member's operations while improving the quality of care provided to their residents," noted
The COMS flagship Disease Management software, Daylight IQ™, has been successfully deployed in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities throughout the US. The Software as a Service (SaaS) product features a series of integrated, disease-based library of clinical protocols that significantly empower the entire nursing team at the point of care, while improving communication between all parties. Deploying Daylight IQ™ reduces 30-day hospital readmissions by up to 50% and premature morality by more than 60%.
"As a leader in the Not-for-Profit healthcare environment, Kairos has a history of identifying and offering advanced products and services to their members," noted Edward J. Tromczynski, Chief Executive Officer, COMS Interactive. "We look forward to working with the Kairos team as they provide to their member facilities advanced care methodologies for achieving superior clinical and financial outcomes."
Market information indicates that the average nursing home or assisted living resident has a complicated disease profile, with one primary disease and up to eight secondary diseases or afflictions. Over 70% of re-hospitalizations are due to the worsening of secondary or new diseases. By providing early detection of changes in condition, Daylight IQ™ highlights potential problems and offers caregivers the opportunity to respond, preventing further progression of the illness.
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