PointClickCare Empowers Providers to Thrive in a World of Value-Based Care

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

PointClickCare Technologies, a leading healthcare technology platform enabling meaningful collaboration and access to real‐time insights, continues to be a prominent player in the senior care and senior living markets. With its fully integrated data-driven solutions, the company is helping to better position care providers to achieve greater efficiency and deliver high-quality care, ultimately improving all aspects of their business. Over the next few days, PointClickCare will showcase its award-winning platform at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting & Expo in Denver, Colorado.

“Our goal as a company is to be a great partner to our customers, and with the aging population growing at a rate that exceeds the rate of investment in healthcare, we see technology as the way to bridge that gap," said Travis Palmquist, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Senior Living at PointClickCare. “We're focused on providing care teams with the solutions they need to alleviate the administrative burdens they're faced with, giving them more time to build a strong culture and community where their staff and residents want to live and work.”

Over the past two decades, the company has grown exponentially, inspiring a greater push to leverage real-time data to drive change when it comes to improving outcomes for its customers. PointClickCare is committed to helping its customers deliver value-based care through tools and solutions that provide greater intelligence and shared insights that empower providers to make the right care decisions.

Globally, the population is aging rapidly. Between 2015 and 2050, the proportion of the world’s population over 60 years will nearly double, from 12% to 22%. As a leading technology platform for the long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) market today, PointClickCare has best-in-class interoperability tools that support both LTPAC providers and health systems, helping them to prepare for this growth and more seamlessly connect care across the continuum.

“The breadth and depth of our database offers insights that specifically represent seniors —a population considered to be at higher risk for severe illness, and often overlooked,” says Palmquist. “By unifying previously siloed care information and connecting payers and providers with real-time insights into their most vulnerable populations, we are truly empowering providers to improve care, all while controlling quality and cost.”

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