Select Medical brings Automated Menu Management to it’s portfolio with Delegate’s Enterprise, Cloud Based Patients Service Software
Back in January 2018 – Delegate, creators of World Class Enterprise Software – built exclusively for the Foodservice Industry, signed a contract with Select Medical who planned to deploy its Patients Service product across their 45 locations in North America.
Delegate Patients Service is the, Enterprise, Cloud Hosted and Fully Web Based, menu ordering and management system especially designed for catering in the Healthcare arena. Delegate developed the Patients Service Software with our customers in mind and our longstanding experience in catering into a modern and ergonomic software application, using current Windows/Apple and browser technology, making it intuitive and easy to use for our users.
The core features are:
– Patients and Residents Maintenance
– Purchasing and Stock Management
– Patient and Resident Meal Ordering
– Production Management
– Full Reporting Suite
Since January, the Project Teams from both Select and Delegate have been working tirelessly to build the Database and Test. This work has paid off, as we are happy to announce the Go Live at the first three Locations. The Go Lives occurred in May and June.
Here is the Project Team at each of the three Locations:
– Baylor, Scott & White Institute in Dallas Texas – Go Live May 2018
– Select Specialty Hospital, Ohio Health Rehabilitation, Columbus Ohio – Go Live June 2018
– Baylor, Scott & White Rehabilitation, Austin TX – Go Live June 2018
The Ambassadors and Meal Attendants at the three locations collect the Patients Meal Order via iPads connected to the Wi-Fi, which constantly update in real time Patients Diets, Allergies and Locations.
Only 42 more Locations to go. Congratulations to all those involved in this roll out and keep up the good work!
Superior quality and care. Compassion and Respect. Results oriented. Teamwork. Resourcefulness. These are the core values upon which Select Medical was built. Since its founding in 1996, Select Medical has passionately focused on providing superior, patient-centered care that improves quality of life.
Co-founded by Rocco Ortenzio and Robert Ortenzio, Select Medical began as a regional provider of outpatient physical rehabilitation. Contract therapy was added to the company’s specialized health care offerings in 1997, and was quickly followed by the introduction of long-term acute care in 1998. In 1999, Select Medical made one of its largest acquisitions by purchasing NovaCare Physical Rehabilitation and Occupational Health. In three years, Select Medical had grown from a small start-up into a diversified health care company with a national presence. This progressive yet responsible growth was one attribute that led to the company’s recognition as one of the Best Managed Companies in America by Forbes magazine.
In April 2001, the company completed an initial public offering and was listed on NASDAQ. Fourteen months later, Select Medical was listed on the New York Stock Exchange, where it is currently traded under the NYSE ticker symbol SEM. In 2004, the company experienced clinical and operational growth when it acquired the world-renowned Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, thus formally adding inpatient medical rehabilitation to its patient care offerings. This care line continues to grow through joint ventures and partnerships with some of the most well-respected names in medicine.
Twenty years later, the Select Medical of today encompasses four areas of expertise: long-term acute care, inpatient medical rehabilitation, outpatient physical therapy and occupational medicine, all of which are delivered and supported by more than 40,000 talented colleagues across the United States. Despite its record growth, Select Medical remains true to its founding principles of clinical quality and operational excellence, which have been a top priority since day one. Regardless of size or scope, the Select Medical team remains devoted to helping others and achieving outcomes that improve quality of life.