Senior living communities can play a big role in helping manage their residents' medication adherence and avoid the costly consequences of nonadherence — from both health and financial perspectives — for themselves and residents.
There's a way to combat social isolation in senior living that is practical, cost effective, transformative and revolutionary.
Business intelligence and information technology are making health screenings more convenient for older adults, enabling them as well as their care providers to benefit.
By investing in dining management and food service automation technology, senior living communities easily can transition to and manage a personalized dining experience for their residents.
Many people already are familiar with fitness wearables. Another technology senior living facilities could consider for residents is mPERS, or mobile personal emergency response system.
The average total liability paid claim in assisted living is $221,496. One type of program in particular can help organizations minimize risk and drive down insurance costs.
Serving and caring for older adults can be incredibly difficult. Good communication, however, can keep person-centeredness at the forefront.
Assisted living communities are searching for innovative ways to provide the highest quality of services and care, attract and retain residents and staff and meet regulatory requirements. The Internet of Things is poised to tackle these challenges and revolutionize the industry.
If you don't have it now, you likely will have circadian rhythm lighting within the next few years.
Millions of Americans could be moving into senior living communities over the next 20 years. Will your community be able to reach this audience and their loved ones with messages that resonate?