Learn how to maintain person-centered engagement and connection for residents even amid social distancing, restrictions on visitors and other precautions due to COVID-19.
Senior living once was considered more high-touch than high-tech. No person has done more to change that perception than Majd Alwan, Ph.D.
Some older adults may be missing out on the health and wellness benefits that can result from internet use, according to the results of a newly published study, who noted a “digital divide.”
As coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) spreads in the U.S. and senior living companies face increasing challenges, the Senate on Tuesday did not vote on a relief bill passed by the House. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), however, promised action this week.
Senior living operators today have much more sophisticated technology at their disposal than did their predecessors, and they’re putting that technology to good use to help ensure the health and safety of residents at this time.
Connected Living is updating its free public app to provide real-time updates about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) to senior living staff members, residents and families. It will include information from Argentum, LeadingAge and other sources.
Senior living residents will be able to access drug information through Alexa queries thanks to a partnership with First Databank announced last week.
If you want to increase your residents’ comfort while preventing costly expenses, check out what temperature sensors and computerized maintenance management software can do for you.
More assisted living operators are harnessing electronic health record systems and participating in health information exchanges, a report backed by the National Center for Health Statistics has found.
Pressures are intensifying as we move forward, making it imperative for providers across the continuum to sharpen their risk-management capabilities even as they get creative where they can on the problem-solving front.
As healthcare leaders look for new ways to control costs and bring care to older individuals, many are turning to telemedicine to deal with current challenges.
Technology and capital will be two of the topics when the McKnight’s Spring Online Expo returns for the 14th year on Wednesday, March 18, and Thursday, March 19.
New products get the oohs and aahs in senior living, but the real secret sauce is lurking behind the scenes.
Read about sharing clinical information, safety monitoring and electronic documentation, and “smart” wearables.
Supporting meaningful work requires the right systems and tools to be in place. Technology can accelerate this process by removing the obstacles that often stand in the way.
Cleveland-based human capital management technology company OnShift has acquired Hudson, OH-based Avesta Systems, a provider of talent acquisition software and services meant to streamline recruiting and hiring processes.
Former Matrixcare CEO John Damgaard has partnered with Chicago-based John Waud Capital Partners to acquire companies and assets to build a healthcare information technology software platform, the private equity firm announced Wednesday.
PointClickCare, Stanley Healthcare and MatrixCare / Brightree are among the companies recognized in the Best in KLAS 2020 Software & Services report released Friday. The report ranks healthcare IT software and services vendors across numerous market segments.
A new survey by AARP provides insights into technology use by those in their 70s.
A nurse’s aide working in a Minnesota senior living community did not violate the state’s Health Records Act when she shared a photograph of a resident on social media, so there is no “cause of action” regarding the community’s vicarious liability, the Minnesota Court of Appeals said Monday.