Senior Living Notification System

Engaging residents and families through effective communication.

Senior Living Communication Focused on Resident Care and Engagement

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Senior living facilities need healthy communication strategies.

When you consider the demand for emergency alerts and staffing notifications, in addition to resident and family communications, it’s easy to see why so many Senior Living Communities rely on One Call Now to deliver reliable group messages across multiple channels and devices.

How we’re different

One Call Now is not a typical healthcare alerting solution.  Our web-based software allows authorized users to send voice (cell or landline), email and/or text messages to a defined, target groups for:

  • Emergency alerts
  • Staffing requests
  • Training and other employee notifications
  • Resident and family reminders

Communicate and Engage

No matter who you need to contact or when you need to reach them, One Call Now has the tools to let you do just that – in an easy and engaging way. Getting in touch with your residents, families and staff has never been easier.

If you would like to hear how One Call Now can be quickly implemented in your senior living organization, request a hassle-free consultation today.

Ready to learn more? Let one of our consultants show you how other senior living organizations are using One Call Now to improve their communication.

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One Call Now Is An Effective Communication Tool For Senior Living Facilities

Providing exceptional care to your residents requires notifications and updates. One Call Now’s group messaging service makes it easy to protect and inform senior living residents and their families. Target resident communication to improve quality of life.

  • Send just-in-time event reminders.
  • CC residents’ families on messages.
  • Schedule meal and medication reminders.

Staff members benefit, too, with notifications that:

  • Save supervisors hours of phone time.
  • Contact off-duty or part-time staffers to fill staff slots.
  • Confirm shift assignments.

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Critical Emergency Alerting Service

The 2017 “Medicare and Medicaid Programs; Emergency Preparedness Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers” final rule establishes three key areas of focus for maintaining access to healthcare during disasters and emergencies. These areas are as follows: safeguarding human resources, maintaining business continuity, and protecting physical resources.

During widespread emergencies, communication can quickly become a serious challenge for beleaguered healthcare organizations. And while cellular signals, email servers, and traditional phone lines can fail, CMS is clear on this issue: regardless of difficulty, providers should be as prepared as possible ahead of an emergency or disaster.

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