NEW YORK (February 28, 2019)—Medically high-risk patients and communication breakdowns between providers contribute to the difficulty of medication management for older adults receiving home health care, finds a study led by researchers at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. The findings are published in the journal Medical Care Research and Review.

NEW ORLEANS (August 20, 2018)—Team Gleason and Quantum Rehab have announced an alliance to serve those with ALS via both Quantum’s financial support and increased access to high-end power chair technology.

Quantum has pledged to contribute $50,000 to Team Gleason's mission. Additionally, Quantum is funding life-enhancing seat elevation technology, such as its iLevel system, for distribution by Team Gleason for those living with ALS.

Study looks into telemedicine at skilled nursing facilities in order to prevent hospital readmissions.

NEW YORK (August 17, 2017)—TripleCare, a national provider of telemedicine-based health care services to skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), announced today that the company has been selected to participate in a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) study evaluating the cost effectiveness of telemedicine utilization in SNFs.

A contribution to the College of Health & Human Services will help further senior wellness research, among other initiatives.

LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 17, 2017)—SCAN, a senior-focused organization with the mission of keeping seniors healthy and independent, has announced a charitable contribution of $40,000 to Long Beach State University’s College of Health & Human Services. The gift recognizes SCAN’s 40th anniversary and its four decades of commitment to meeting the needs of seniors in Long Beach and beyond.

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. (October 6, 2016)—Today, Evolution Health, a division of Envision Healthcare Holdings, Inc., announced results from a groundbreaking study on Mobile Integrated Health care’s (MIH) impact on preventable utilization of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), the Emergency Department (ED) and medical inpatient admissions.

ELKINS PARK, PA (January 7, 2016)—Ground-breaking research led by Alberto Esquenazi, MD, the Director of the Gait & Motion Analysis Laboratory at MossRehab, is the first to study the effects of joystick control position for wheelchair users. Initial data utilizing pressure mapping, dynamic electromyogram, 3D kinematics and patient subjective report, shows central driving has multiple physiological benefits over traditional armrest mounted joysticks.