A panel of expert judges has revealed the finalists for the 2022 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards. The list represents the best in each of four categories in three tracks: Home Care, Senior Living and Skilled Nursing.
The group of 25 long-term care stakeholders judged hundreds of nominations, assessing the programs for their overall value in improving resident care and services, impact, relevance, execution and creativity.
“Each year, we are excited to see, recognize and share examples of how technology is being used in big and small ways to improve the lives of older adults and those who care for them,” McKnight’s Editorial Director John O’Connor said.
Award winners will be announced and celebrated Oct. 4 at 3 p.m. ET during the second annual McKnight’s Tech Awards + Summit, an online event also featuring three webinars and the chance to earn one continuing education credit. Find more details about the three webinars offered during the event here. The awards ceremony and accompanying educational sessions are free and open to everyone, but registration is required.
Winners also will be feted at an in-person event Oct. 17 in Denver. For more information and to register, click here.
For more information about the McKnight’s Tech Awards + Summit or for answers to any other questions, contact Jackie Testa at [email protected].
Below is the complete list of Home Care track finalists, in alphabetical order by category:
Building Bridges category
Technology use that improved connections between staff members and residents and/or their families.
- ConcertoCare, New York, NY
- Home Care Providers, Indianapolis, IN
Innovator of the Year category
Technological innovation that made a difference in the provision of care or services or the bottom line.
- Graham Healthcare Group, Troy, MI
- Integrated Home Care Services, Miramar, FL
Keep It Super Simple category
Simple but effective applications of technology that improved the provision of care, services or operations.
- Fyza Medical LLC, Orlando, FL
- Veterans Home Care, St. Louis, MO
Technology use that improved the quality of care or services.
- Asbury Communities, Frederick, MD
- Cypress at Home, Fort Myers, FL
A new category for the McKnight’s Tech Awards this year is Tech Partner of the Year. Finalists for that award include:
- Advanced Entry
- Kami VIsion
- National Health Care Associates
- VirtuSense Technologies
The Platinum sponsor of the 2022 McKnight’s Tech Awards + Summit is KARE. Gold sponsors are iN2L + LifeLoop, IntelyCare and Saiva.