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SNF professionals: Use these resources to help increase your efficiency and keep on top of revenue and operations.
Discover How ABILITY Simplifies Healthcare Complexity
From RCM to workforce management, discover how ABILITY simplifies every aspect of your organization.
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Is Overtime Exhausting Your Healthcare Budget?
To reduce overtime and the labor budget, healthcare organizations need real-time scheduling visibility. Check out this new infographic to learn more.
Lutheran Homes of South Carolina: Enhancing Care with Real-time Infection Control Tracking
ABILITY INFECTIONWATCH enables Lutheran Homes of South Carolina to track infections and enact care plans across its network of skilled nursing facilities.
ABILITY INSIGHT Provider Profiler
ABILITY INSIGHT® Provider Profiler helps post-acute providers strategically position themselves as preferred partners in a value-based healthcare market.
Fighting the Spread of Coronavirus in Your Skilled Nursing Facility
Implement proactive, data-driven infection control to protect your skilled nursing facility from COVID-19 outbreaks and steep penalties.
Staff Scheduling and Communication During Critical Times
For those on the front lines, these are unprecedented times of disruption. Make sure you have the visibility and communication tools needed to manage your schedule and fill shifts fast.
Prestige Care Gains Real-Time Staffing Visibility with ABILITY SMARTFORCE
How did Prestige Care improve scheduling at its 80 senior living communities across eight states? Check our our video for a first-hand look at the power of ABILITY SMARTFORCE.
Take the Simpler Path to Clinical and Financial Quality
Enhance clinical outcomes with quality management applications that help you overcome administrative burdens and keep resident care at the forefront.
How Mobile Applications Streamline Scheduling and Credentialing
Adopting cloud-based mobile staffing frees up time, increases morale, boosts efficiency and saves money. But most importantly, to helps your managers and nurses focus on what matters most: patients.
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Better Care, Better Outcomes
ABILITY helps skilled nursing facilities across the U.S. achieve better care and better outcomes in order to maximize reimbursements and stay competitive.
Where Research, Staffing and Technology Meet
Experts for years have pushed using research to inform staffing strategies — yet the industry has been slow to do so. Here’s why that must change.
How Patient Satisfaction Impacts Your Cash Flow
Your patient payment system is more than how you process payments. Discover how patient collections plays a critical role in determining patient satisfaction and directly impacts your bottom line.
How New Staffing Rules Will Impact Your Star Rating
CMS has toughened staffing standards in the newest updates to its Five-Star Rating System. Learn what’s changed to protect your rating.
Increase Medicare Claims Management Efficiency with ABILITY
Is it time to examine your Medicare claims management strategy to help mitigate increasing pressure on reimbursements? Let ABILITY help you decide.
Master Insurance Eligibility to Save Time
Saving time and decreasing eligibility rejections is a click away! Watch our video to discover how.
5-Star Quality Measures: What's In, What's Out
CMS has changed the quality measures that are used in 5-Star rating calculations. Keep up with the changes to stay competitive.
ABILITY INSIGHT Length of Stay
Use ABILITY INSIGHT™ Length of Stay to compare your facility’s length of stay against the market to get a sense for how quickly and effectively your team provides care.
Streamlined Claims Management Saves Time and Labor
Discover three ways that ABILITY CHOICE All-Payer streamlines claims management.
MDS Changes Under PDPM
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has put together several helpful resources in an effort to thoroughly communicate the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) changes coming October 1. D
How Post-Acute Care Providers Can Gain Market Share
In the face of shifting trends in the post-acute care market, how can providers continue to acquire referrals and gain market share?