Use of telemedicine can decrease emergency department use by independent living and assisted living residents for their acute illnesses, according to a study newly published in the Journal of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine.
Scientifically researched training tools offer assurances that do-it-yourself and knock-off training programs cannot ensure.
Nominations are rolling in for the 2019 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards program. Don’t be left out!
Developing a culture of innovation in senior living requires pilot projects where data are captured, involving frontline staff and residents and looking at the ability to scale, three senior living executives said Thursday at the Ziegler Link•Age Fund Symposium.
The deadline for the McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards has been extended to July 31.
Additional senior living operators, staff members and residents potentially were affected by an April software data breach originally announced in June, St. Paul, MN-based software company Tenx Systems, doing business as ResiDex Software, announced Thursday.
Learn more and start the entry process at https://www.mcknightstechawards.com/. There is no fee to enter.
An artificial intelligence-enabled camera system helped senior living communities reduce visits from emergency medical teams by 75% and visits to emergency departments by 80% by detecting falls among residents living with dementia, according to the results of a pilot study published in the July issue of the American Journal of Managed Care.
Mark Schoedel, vice president of Lutheran Senior Services, and Rachel Koroknay, senior implementation specialist for Dude Solutions, will discuss how embracing technology and gathering data enable efficiency in five key areas of senior living operations on July 25 in a free webinar.
Three reasons to enter the free McKnight’s Excellence in Technology awards. The deadline is July 24.
Innovator of the Year and Activities are two of the six categories open to senior living operators in the 2019 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards program. The deadline is two weeks away.
The deadline to enter the 2019 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards program is just three weeks away.
A recent survey adds data to dispute the myth that baby boomers don’t like technology and suggests where senior living communities might want to spend time on their marketing efforts.
Cybersecurity failures have extended over the past two administrations, according to a new bipartisan report from a Senate subcommittee.
Health system and payer-led telehealth efforts will be rated when J.D. Power releases the results of its first study of consumer satisfaction with telehealth programs in November, the company announced Tuesday. The news comes on the heels of a separate survey about older adults’ willingness to use telehealth.
The virtual doors to the McKnight’s Senior Living Online Expo open this morning at 10:30 a.m. ET. Attendees can earn up to three free continuing education credits.
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A company that provides software for assisted living communities, group homes and other organizations serving elderly or disabled individuals announced on Tuesday a potential data breach that affects almost 60 facilities in four states.
Has your community used technology to improve care or operations in the past year? If yes, the 2019 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards program is here to give your organization the opportunity to obtain the recognition it deserves. And a free webinar this week will help you learn about technology while earning a continuing education credit.
Workforce, technology and behavioral health will be the three tracks of the third annual McKnight’s Senior Living Online Expo, set for Thursday, June 20. Attendees can earn up to three continuing education credits by participating in all of the webinars at the free event.