FacilityONE Technologies Enters Academic Market with PikMyKid Partnership

Posted in Press Releases on Tuesday, July 11, 2017.

FacilityONE Technologies®, LLC, which provides a cloud-based Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) that enhances a building's functional and economic lifespan and boosts employee productivity, announced today a strategic sales partnership with PikMyKid. This partnership with PikMyKid, the leader in comprehensive School Safety Platforms, will enable schools and school districts to leverage enhanced facility, logistical and safety management processes.

Under the agreement, FacilityONE and PikMyKid will coordinate on opportunities to equip schools with a robust and customizable suite of resource-saving solutions that alleviate inefficient dismissal processes and building maintenance logistics and improve disaster and emergency preparedness.

FacilityONE's UNITY™ system provides organizations with the information and data needed to seamlessly manage facility performance, risks, cost compliance and maintenance. The user-friendly platform and facility digital blueprint technology is easily accessible both on- and offline on all mobile devices, providing school staff, facility managers and first responders convenient access to the facility's digital floor plans and critical facility information -- at any time and at any location inside or outside of the facility. These enhanced functionalities effectively reduce response time and ensure immediate work order access, generating significant time and cost savings. Further, the system's all inclusive, automatic program updates eliminate downtime, enabling enhanced efficiency and productivity with no additional versions to purchase. This results in extending the life of facility assets.

"We are excited about our joint venture with PikMyKid as we focus our combined energies to empower educational institutions to leverage innovative technologies to improve and extend the functional lifespan of the physical plant," said Cathy Powell-Voigt, Executive Chair and CEO, FacilityONE. "This unified effort will also ensure student safety anywhere on school grounds. Together, these solutions mitigate risks of natural disasters and emergency situations, creating a more safe and secure environment for students and faculty."

In addition to maintaining and overseeing facility maintenance and management, the FacilityONE system also enables collaboration between the school and local first responders to support emergency preparedness. Specifically designed for this purpose, FacilityONE's HAWK™ (Helping America Watch over its Kids) program provides strengthened safety precautions and enables access to critical facility information, enabling an impactful and rapid respond to potential emergency situations while achieving the highest level of safety for students and staff.

"At PikMyKid, we are incredibly proud of our successes in innovating and improving traffic mitigation and student safety. By working closely with FacilityONE, we will be able to provide school systems nationwide with the most comprehensive solutions for school safety and emergency preparedness," said Pat Bhava, Co-founder and CEO, PikMyKid. "This partnership represents an exciting time in our company's history and will help to strengthen student safety while improving operations of the academic facilities that are the bedrock of education."

PikMyKid helps school systems overcome student security gaps through a cost-effective safety platform that has achieved parent engagement rates of more than 85 percent in most participating schools. It features real-time push notifications to alert parents to school updates, emergencies and weather changes, which ensures safer, faster and more efficient dismissal processes. The application also includes predictive carpooling suggestions, rapid identification of visitors and pickup parents, and the ability to track school bus routes in real time.

"We are confident that this collaboration will establish FacilityONE as the leader in facility maintenance and enhance PikMyKid's reputation of excellence combining traffic mitigation, student safety, emergency preparedness and facility management within the academic sector," said Chandler Rapson, Chairman, FacilityONE. "It will also provide our education clients with the support they need to achieve sustained operational success and alleviate any unmet safety precautions, such as outdated facility layouts, infrastructural deficiencies and critical system awareness."

About FacilityONE Technologies, LLC

Based in Louisville, Ky., FacilityONE Technologies provides web-based Facility Information Solutions (FIS) that simplify facility management by enhancing a building's functional and economic lifespan and employee productivity. It offers the only Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) and asset management solutions enhanced by SMARTPRINT® technology to support data aggregation, compliance and risk mitigation. The FacilityONE FIS is suitable for buildings and organizations of all sizes, and is currently being utilized to organize and transform facility management of millions of square feet worldwide. For more information, visit

About PikMyKid

PikMyKid is a Comprehensive School Safety Platform which increases teacher efficiency and student security while reducing traffic around schools. Based in Tampa, Fla., it is the first and only comprehensive school safety platform of its kind in the market today. PikMyKid is currently live in 24 states in the U.S. and three different countries, encompassing hundreds of schools and growing rapidly. While addressing all the safety loopholes in the school system, PikMyKid also uses cost effective technology to increase parent engagement in schools. The PikMyKid parent application has an average adoption of over 85 percent in every school, making real life impact in the life of hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and parents daily. For more information, visit

University of Virginia Medical Center Signs Long-term Contract with LogicStream Health

Posted in Press Releases on Tuesday, July 11, 2017.

LogicStream Health, Inc. announced today that the University of Virginia Medical Center (UVA) has signed a long-term extension for its Clinical Process Improvement solutions, which have a proven track record of delivering better processes and better outcomes. This extension was signed after UVA quickly recognized the value of LogicStream's solutions as the organization looks to achieve its strategic initiatives around improving the quality of clinical care.

"We use LogicStream to give us clinically meaningful ways to analyze the multiple EHR-based clinical tools we have deployed across our organization," said Dr. Jason Lyman, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at UVA.

"We set out with the goal of managing, updating and improving the use of decision support tools in our EHR," said Rick Skinner, Chief Information and Technology Officer at UVA. "We use LogicStream to help drive adoption of evidence-based best practices and measure how the care our providers deliver is impacting clinical outcomes."

Given the multidisciplinary nature of care delivery, organizations need to put an enterprise-level focus on the entire care team versus individual clinicians. LogicStream equips organizations with all the necessary tools to gain a comprehensive understanding of how to address regulatory requirements, hospital-acquired conditions, advanced payment models and CMS Star ratings. Ultimately, this improves system-wide clinical processes which drive outcomes, patient/provider satisfaction and financial performance.

"LogicStream is the best solution available to empower operational stakeholders throughout health systems with self-service, actionable information to improve care delivery. Our Clinical Process Improvement solutions drive adoption of standardized processes and allow clinicians to tie care delivery to clinical outcomes," said Patrick Yoder, LogicStream CEO. "LogicStream provides the framework for scalable quality improvement throughout the enterprise. Clinical Process Improvement increases clinician satisfaction with the EHR by presenting the right information to the right person at the right time."

About LogicStream Health
LogicStream Health is trusted by all types of healthcare providers across the United States. We are dedicated to helping health systems fully leverage their clinical quality improvement efforts and investment in EHR technology to improve the lives of the patients they serve and the caregivers they employ. The LogicStream Solution is designed to assist in the analysis, evaluation and management of a hospital or health system's clinical processes and standardization efforts. With a strong and experienced team focused on innovation, LogicStream provides a scalable and sustainable method to deliver highly reliable healthcare to any health system. For more information, visit

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, June 29, 2017.

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Just Associates’ CEO Beth Haenke Just Receives Prestigious Sister Alice Lamb Award

Posted in Press Releases on Monday, June 26, 2017.

Just Associates, Inc., a nationally recognized leader in patient matching and health information data integrity and management, announced today that its founder and chief executive officer, Beth Haenke Just, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA, has received The College of St. Scholastica’s Sister Alice Lamb Award. This career achievement award recognizes alumni who are well-established in and have made significant contributions to their profession, and who have maintained a life-long commitment to St. Scholastica.

Casino Scouts Appoints Gaming Industry Veteran Stephen A. Crystal as CEO

Posted in Press Releases on Wednesday, June 14, 2017.

Casino Scouts, LLC., a provider of innovative marketing and operations technology for the gaming industry, announced today the appointment of Stephen A. Crystal, Esq., as CEO. A 25-year veteran of the gaming industry, Crystal previously served as president and CEO of multiple casino holding and public gaming technology companies and worked as an investor and advisor on gaming project finance and merger acquisitions totaling more than $1 billion.

Community Medical Centers Signs Agreement for Clinical Process Improvement Solutions

Posted in Press Releases on Thursday, June 08, 2017.

LogicStream Health, Inc. announced today that Community Medical Centers (Community) in Fresno, Calif. will implement its Clinical Process Improvement solutions to drive effective clinical processes and highly reliable healthcare for its patients and providers. Community is the latest in a line of leading health systems capitalizing on LogicStream’s solutions to truly understand the relationship between clinical processes and their impact on outcomes.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Sunday, June 04, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

The race is on to effective management of high-risk patient populations. Payers and providers recognize future survival in the fee-for-value world depends on having the right systems in place. Yet, in the rush to implement effective care management infrastructures, many forget to consider the big picture of optimization and sustainability.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, May 11, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, May 11, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, May 11, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, May 11, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, May 11, 2017.

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Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, May 11, 2017.

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