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NH Business Newsreel: Geneia partners with Bedford Nursing

May 04. 2015 10:50PM

Geneia partners with Bedford Nursing

CONCORD — A New Hampshire-based company that specializes in the use of advanced analytics in the health care field announced it has partnered with Bedford Nursing and Rehabilitation Center to improve the quality and lower the cost of patient care.

Under the deal, Geneia said the nursing home will gain an enhanced and comprehensive real-time view of each of its patients. Geneia calls the partnership the first of its kind.

“This tool will assist us in identifying clinical issues earlier and to intervene before any significant deterioration occurs. We will have real time, personalized information that will enable us to provide our residents with the right care, in the right setting at the right time,” said said John M. Turcotte, Bedford Nursing president and chief-executive.

Geneia said its analytics platform integrates clinical, outcomes, claims and utilization data from multiple sources to create a holistic view of each patient’s medical profile. The company, which has offices in Concord and Harrisburg, Pa., said its team includes physicians, nurses, technologists, analytics experts and business professionals.

ReVision to open Concord office

CONCORD — ReVision Energy, a leading installer of solar energy systems, is opening a new office at 14 Dixon Ave.

The new office will provide work space for a sales team, operations staff and a government relations division headed by Jack Ruderman, formerly director of the Sustainable Energy Division of the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission.

ReVision has grown its New Hampshire operations from one employee in 2010 to 35 today.

Established in 2004, the company has offices in Exeter, Portland and Liberty, Maine, with a total of 85 employees in both states, and has installed more than 4,500 solar energy systems.

The company was recognized by New Hampshire Business Magazine for the past two years as a “Ten to Watch” business and is a finalist this year for New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility’s Cornerstone Award. In 2014 the company was ranked 25th out of all solar installers in the U.S. by Solar Power World magazine.

Conway Pines to expand

NORTH CONWAY — Great Bridge Properties recently secured the funding needed to add a second building to the Conway Pines development, which opened in 2012 and offers affordable housing for individuals and families.

The seniors-only phase of the development is made possible by a combination of federal HOME funding and Low Income Housing Tax Credits from New Hampshire Housing.

The expansion would add a second building of 30 apartments for seniors next to the current building. Services such as case management, meals, and transportation will be available through The Gibson Center for Senior Services, and there will also be the option of housekeeping and personal care through Visiting Nurse Homecare of Carroll County.


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