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Seniors' use of technology is growing, survey finds

Seniors' use of technology is growing, survey finds

Although seniors use technology less than younger adults, their use of it is growing, according to new research from the Pew Research Center. And the younger a senior is, the more likely he or she is to be using technology, on average.

LeadingAge CAST updates telehealth selection tool

The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies has updated its telehealth and remote patient monitoring selection tool with five new telehealth products/vendors and two new case studies.

Driving smart decisions with self-service business intelligence

Driving smart decisions with self-service business intelligence

In senior living, the real technology stars are behind the scenes, in the form of data analytics and business intelligence.

4 lessons from 3 tech wake-up calls

4 lessons from 3 tech wake-up calls

Three tech-related stories that made the news Friday serve as wake-up calls for individuals and businesses.

You are using more tech than you might realize

You are using more tech than you might realize

A one-of-a-kind event recognizes providers that are harnessing technology to improve eldercare.

Silent sentinels

Silent sentinels

Operators are adopting innovative, unobtrusive and increasingly silent security solutions that can be tailored to meet the needs of each resident in your community.

How to save time when collecting electronic protected health information

How to save time when collecting electronic protected health information

Collecting and managing electronic protected health information can be a major drain on your time when you have to continually update online records via paperwork, faxes or scanned documents. Here's one solution.

Falls prevention may be aided by virtual reality in the future

Falls prevention may be aided by virtual reality in the future

Virtual reality one day might be used widely to help train older adults to improve their balance while walking and help healthcare professionals diagnose balance impairments to prevent falls, suggests a new study.

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3 social media hacks to help your senior living center create an online community

3 social media hacks to help your senior living center create an online community

As competition in the senior living industry intensifies, a strong social media presence may provide a competitive advantage. Here are three ways to create an online community around your brand.

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Raising the bar

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Former Life Care Centers of America President and CEO Tom Winston has earned a law degree from the University of Tennessee at age 73.

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