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How Dietitians are Shaping Future Technology, and You Can Too

This article authored by Clare Hicks, RDN, first appeared in The Feed blog of Food & Nutrition Magazine, a publication of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Clare is a business analyst on the software development team at CBORD®. Look around any hospital, grocery store or school and it is obvious how fully integrated technology

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Game Changing Innovations to be Revealed at UGC 2017

Healthcare professionals attending CBORD’s annual User Group Conference later this month in Phoenix, AZ will be among the first to learn about our efforts to create an integrated platform linking new and existing capabilities into a seamless patron-centered experience. Last year at UGC, we said we would be focused on innovation, and this year we

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CBORD at the Cerner Health Conference

If you or someone from your hospital is attending the Cerner Health Conference, October 9–12, send them over to the CBORD® booth. We will show how nursing can import patient intake data directly into your Cerner system. Our interface supports the flow of data back to your Cerner system. Integrating the nutrition and meal intake

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Open Call to Submit Product Enhancement Suggestions

The CBORD® User Community has long been the driving force of product enhancements, and we invite all users to submit product enhancement suggestions. We receive feedback and product ideas through multiple channels including customer support, the sales and client development teams, the CBORD community Listservs, and during our annual User Group Conference. You can help

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CBORD Introduces Appetize: The Modern, Affordable Enterprise POS

New from CBORD: Appetize POS Solutions Appetize is a point of sale solution transforming how organizations manage and process customer transactions at scale, making it easy to start small and grow as needed. CBORD has partnered with Appetize to provide customers with an affordable, dynamic, and modern POS system to reimagine the way retail operates.

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CBORD by the Numbers: Addressing Hospital Malnutrition

Recent studies show one in three hospital patients in the U.S. enter the hospital malnourished and many of those patients go untreated. Dietitians have demonstrated that identifying these patients and improving their intake has a real impact. Mobile Intake® helps identify patients at risk by providing a way to easily record actual food consumption and

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CBORD Community Success Story: Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals

Automate and Educate Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals is a healthcare system headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska with a new location in Omaha opened in October 2016. Jennifer Luhn, Madonna’s Director of Nutrition, and Erin Wolf, Diet Office Supervisor, shared their experience of implementing CBORD technology and discussed how it helped them meet the challenge of feeding a

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Don’t Miss Out! Register By September 8

Days are getting shorter! Book yourself a spot in the sunshine at the 2017 CBORD User Group Conference. Standard rates are in effect until midnight on September 8, after which late rates are available, but these do not include hotel accommodations. Full Conference Packages including hotel accommodations are limited. Register today to reserve your spot.

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Room Service Improves Nutritional Intake by 17%, Study Confirms

The Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has published the first-ever comprehensive peer-reviewed study confirming the room service model of patient food service improves nutritional intake. This research, conducted at the Mater Hospitals in Brisbane, Australia, also confirms room service boosts patient satisfaction scores while reducing plate waste and meal costs. The study

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Meet the Researchers at UGC 2017

Attendees of our 2017 User Group Conference in Phoenix, Arizona have a rare opportunity to meet researchers Sally McCray and Kirsty Maunder, leading authors of the groundbreaking new study Room Service Improves Nutritional Intake. Join Sally and Kirsty at a cocktail reception Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. They are visiting from Australia to present several

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