ComPASS-16 (Care Preference Assessment of Satisfaction) is a web-based application that gives providers a simple, efficient system to assess older adults’ preferences, streamline care planning, and improve the quality of person-centered care. The app is available at NO COST, thanks to funding from the Ohio Department of Aging and the Tennessee Department of Health.
The app provides an easy way to:
- ASK nursing home residents about their preferences for everyday living and document the information for easy sharing among care team members
- TRACK resident satisfaction with the way their preferences are met overtime
- IDENTIFY opportunities for providers to improve care delivery
- COMMUNICATE important preferences across care team members and shifts
ComPASS-16 uses the 16 preferences found in Section F of the Minimum Data Set 3.0 for nursing homes, along with key follow up questions from the Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory. It is compatible with devices including smart phones, tablets and computers.
ComPASS-16 was developed by person-centered care experts from Miami University Scripps Gerontology Center and Penn State University College of Nursing, along with partners from Tennessee Tech University and Linked Senior, a resident engagement platform, which hosts the app.
Register below for a free 30-minute demonstration or contact us to plan a customized demo for your community. We are here to help you to learn how to use the app for maximum benefit in your community!
Upcoming live demo dates:
Wednesday, February 10th, 2pm EST – Register Here
Wednesday, February 24th, 2pm EST– Register Here
Wednesday, March 10th, 2pm EST – Register Here
Wednesday, March 24th, 2pm EST – Register Here