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patient safety webinarPlease register for Strategies to Manage Hospital Acquired Conditions Reporting in an ACA World - An IC Check-Up on Sept 9th, 2014 1:00 PM CDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5973501898406116610

With the August 1 Final Rule announcement by CMS, it’s time we had an Infection Control check-up from our IC expert, Brian Foy.

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Pittsburgh—TeleTracking Technologies announced release of its Capacity Management Suite™ system version 2.3, which allows users to control core patient flow automation functions from an Apple® iPad®, streamline sign-on protocol for faster login, and speed responses to unexpected spills.

Pittsburgh—TeleTracking Technologies announced release of its Capacity Management Suite™ system version 2.3, which allows users to control core patient flow automation functions from an Apple® iPad®, streamline sign-on protocol for faster login, and speed responses to unexpected spills.

The Capacity Management Suite system version 2.3, the latest version of the industry's leading patient flow software, is available immediately to all current clients on TeleTracking's XT platform. Some of the key enhancements include:

Apple iPad access to TeleTracking's PreAdmitTracking® and PatientTracking Portal applications, enabling caregivers to remotely review and update TeleTracking's popular electronic bedboard® and perform several other commonly used functions.

A Single Sign-On feature which permits faster authenticated login to the Capacity Management Suite system, saving time and increasing efficiency for users.

A "Spill Clean" feature through TeleTracking's BedTracking® application which alerts EVS personnel about time-consuming spills and provides data on clean-up performance.

Notification Enhancements which allow users to create and send group notifications from within the Capacity Management Suite system.

"We are constantly listening to our clients and the market," said Jason Baim, vice president of product management. "This release reflects our commitment to supporting the latest in mobile technology with iPad® compatibility and to innovation which improves all hospital operations critical to patient throughput, efficiency and performance measurement."

"With over 1,850 solutions at more than 850 acute care hospitals, including many of the largest and most advanced in the world, " Baim said, "we have the largest client base in the patient flow industry, allowing us to always stay at the forefront of changing client needs."

About TeleTracking
For more than two decades, TeleTracking Technologies, the world leader in automated patient flow, has applied proven principles of logistics management to hospitals and health systems to enhance patient care, improve financial performance and gain competitive advantage. Its industry-leading software and consulting services create an enterprise-wide platform that connects patient flow to patient care for better outcomes. TeleTracking solutions reduce overcrowding, cut costs, generate revenue, fight the spread of infection, manage assets, accelerate patient transfers and provide a wealth of data for continual operational improvement and business development. For more information visit www.teletracking.com or contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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