Other companies offer just software. We at LINTECH, on the other hand, also offer our passion for solving your problems.
It takes a certain kind of person to want to enter the long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) profession, as it is one of the most demanding and, we believe, exhilarating professions around.
The pressures and the personal rewards are appreciated by few people outside of the field. But LINTECH has always appreciated, understood and identified with the devout dedication and caring attitude LTPAC professionals display each and every day. In fact, that's precisely the attitude that we ourselves have. We could not have dedicated our own careers to creating LTPAC software solutions and working closely with LTPAC professionals at facilities large and small, without feeling that what we're doing helps thousands of residents and patients every day to have happier, more comfortable lives.
So, yes, our highly respected COMET software has changed the face of information management enterprise by optimizing workflow, eliminating redundant tasks and greatly enhancing the administration of patient care. But none of that would be possible without our being inspired by the dedication of healthcare professionals to apply our best talents, creativity and energy in the development and servicing of COMET Software Suites.
The History of LINTECH
Since 1987, LINTECH's COMET system dedicated to providing integrated clinical and financial information management systems and associated support services to the long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) market and organizations. The original goal was to create the most complete and cost-effective tools available for maximizing productivity and enhancing the overall quality of care. And the goal was achieved with the introduction of COMET (the name is derived from COmputerized MEdical Technologies), now regarded as the standard from which to measure all other clinical and financial LTPAC software solutions.
The original COMET line was based on architecture and business processes for the acute care market. And the very same approach, high standards and implementation are infused in the COMET product that is used today in hundreds of sites across the USA. These sites, mostly large and medium-sized, include prestigious institutions such as: Monroe Community Hospital, a 566-bed skilled nursing facility in Rochester, NY; BJC Health Systems LTC Facilities, a 726-bed multi-facility integrated delivery network headquartered in St. Louis, MO; JFK Health Systems LTC Facilities, with 584 beds, located in Edison, NJ; and many more.