Introducing TriageTRACE

A Digital Skilled Nursing Solution

where the communication is the documentation

TriageTRACE is a HIPAA-compliant, secure, platform to collaborate and document change of condition and improve adherence to best practices in skilled nursing facilities. Leveraging Early Action Tool and SBAR communication, this closed-loop, collaborative platform allows every care team member to participate, stay informed and manage change of condition at point of care. TriageTRACE provides secure communication, documents CoCs, enables Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) and ultimately contributes to reducing 30-day transfers, while improving care delivery to the patients.

Build smarter teams, reduce unnecessary hospital readmissions and improve your star rating today with TriageTRACE- a traceable communication & care management for SNFss



Be it IOS or Android, cell-phone, tablet, or laptop, TT app works on your favorite devices.


Customizable care-paths are intuitively designed to mimic a physician's train of thought - Helping nurses file better reports and ask relevant questions to patients.


Real time, instant notifications make interventional care timely and prevents unmanageable circumstances.

By the bedside

With TT, doctors are a cell phone away from access to simple, meaningful, real-time nursing assessments, making informed decisions and delivering best care.


Customizable, HIPAA compliant, OEM implementation, to integrate with existing SNF IT infrastructure.

Express check-in

Triage Trace allows on boarding of new patients within the facility or remotely in a matter of minutes with minimal information.

Improved Communication

Doctors and Nurses have access to a history of EAT and SBAR forms to help make informed decisions, which in turn leads to minimization of unnecessary hospital readmissions.


  • Admit resident through web app
  • Mobile interface for CNA, Nurse and Doctor
  • CNA uses mobile interface to observe changes in resident and fills the EAT (Early Action Tool)
  • Nurse uses mobile interface to detail the observation using the SBAR.
  • Nurse/Doctors are notified on their mobile phones to bring the condition of the resident to their attention, for follow up action.
  • Doctor looks at the history of SBAR forms for the resident in order to make an informed decision to recommend further course of action.


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