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Windsor Selects COMS Interactive Disease Management Program
Date:1/31/2013

eader, Windsor is recognized for providing outstanding care and their significant efforts to improve upon the quality of life for each individual are exceptional," noted Edward J. Tromczynski, Chief Executive Officer, COMS Interactive, LLC.  "Hospitals nationwide are partnering with progressive skilled nursing facilities in extending care for their patients and we're excited to partner with the Windsor team in this quality of care initiative."

Industry data shows that the average nursing home resident has a complicated health profile, including one primary disease and up to eight secondary diseases or afflictions.  Over 70% of re-hospitalizations from a skilled nursing facility are due to a secondary or new disease progression.  By providing early detection of an individual's change in condition, Daylight IQ™ highlights potential problems and offers caregivers the opportunity to respond, preventing further progression of the illness or affliction.

"This is exciting news from two of our strong partners," noted Joe Diaz , Regional Director, California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF).  "Windsor is continually working to improve an already strong clinical strategy and the COMS Daylight IQ™ system is another significant step in this endeavor."

About Windsor    
Windsor has been providing long-term healthcare and rehabilitation services since 1984.  With a staff of approximately 4,600, Windsor operates 33 Skilled Nursing and rehabilitation centers and one Assisted Living facility located throughout the state of California, including over 4,050 licensed beds.

Windsor's mission is to deliver consistently high quality, person-centered care with dignity, respect, compass
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