Middletown, New York (January 10, 2017) -Nexus Health Resources has received two prestigious awards as a result of delivering exceptional care coordination services to the patients at Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC). The two awards include 2016 Orange Regional Medical Center Quality Patient Safety Award and 2016 Overall Top Award for Special Achievement for Readmission Reduction- Direct Care Coordination.
Noted provider of patient care coordination service Nexus Health Resources has been recognized for their outstanding service to the patients at Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC). Based on their service in 2016, the company has been chosen as the recipient of the 2016 Orange Regional Medical Center Quality Patient Safety Award and the 2016 Overall Top Award for Special Achievement for Readmission Reduction- Direct Care Coordination.
The transition from hospital to home is an extremely crucial period for the patients. Nexus Health Resources ensures proper and direct communication with the patients before and after their discharge to deliver coordinated healthcare. The company’s proprietary care transition software, NexusConnexions®, helps patients avoid hospital readmissions by ensuring they are able to follow their care plan. NexusConnexions also serves as the standalone software for organizations with their own team for care coordination, but need help in organizing and reporting their efforts.
The service offered by Nexus Health Resources to the patients at Orange Regional Medical Center includes meeting them before discharge to ensure a safe transition to their home. The team remains in close touch with the patients even when they are at home, guiding them through the entire process of recovery. Nexus Health Resources also provides every possible assistance with additional services or instructions.
“Nexus Health is providing an extremely valuable service,” said Rose Baczewski, Chief Quality Officer, Greater Hudson Valley Health System. “By successfully guiding patients through the discharge process, Nexus Health allows our physicians and administrative staff to make ORMC the best possible medical facility it can be.”
Virginia Feldman MD, the CEO of Nexus Health Resources, is a seasoned healthcare professional with the track record of handling key positions in numerous organizations. At Nexus Health, she looks after the strategic direction of all operations and product design.
Expressing pleasure about the company’s latest feat, Dr. Feldman said, “I am honored to receive this award and am looking forward to another year of outstanding outcomes with our team and using our software, NexusConnexions. We would be working towards strengthening our partnership with ORMC and continue to assist them as healthcare reimbursement continues to transition to a value-based payment system.”
To find out more about Nexus Health Resources and NexusConnexions, please visit https://nexushealthresources.com/ send email to email@example.com or call (845) 648-3057.
About Nexus Health Resources:
Nexus Health Resources delivers coordinated, quality healthcare for patients during the important transition period from hospital to home. The company utilizes their proprietary care transition software, NexusConnexions®, in working directly with hospitals, medical practices, skilled nursing facilities, and community-based providers to ensure patients have ready access to the services they need to avoid hospital readmissions.
About Orange Regional Medical Center:
Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization, formed by the merger of Arden Hill Hospital and Horton Medical Center. Orange Regional boasts seven floors of state-of-the-art technology, provides 383 patient rooms, and employs over 2,400 healthcare professionals. Orange Regional most recently opened a new 5-story outpatient service building, as well as a new cancer center at the main campus in Middletown, NY. To learn more, please visit www.ormc.org.
Press Contact for Orange Regional Medical Center:
Rob Lee, Executive Director Public Relations/Marketing
Greater Hudson Valley Health System