On Sept. 8, Seniors Housing Business hosted a panel discussion called “” where four seniors housing industry experts spoke about streamlining and improving resident care. Tech innovations were the focus of the webinar. What tools and data help most when it comes to senior care?
Listen to hear in-depth discussions on the topics and more:
- The latest trends in technology-enabled senior care
- How technology can help simplify workflows and increase productivity
- The importance of machine learning to drive more proactive care and interventions
- The significance of technology for visibility and compliance
- Best practices for integrating data into senior living communities
Centralized systems can improve resident care and outcomes while helping operators and staff address challenges. “Technology pulls together data from all different areas of the chart into one, intuitive view,” explains Cassie Diner, clinical product manager, MatrixCare. “Technology can capture the timeline and bring the story for a resident together for you.”
Learn how experts are leveraging data to focus attention and alerts for high-risk seniors, create documentation and communicate with residents, staff and families. These systems are responsive and flexible enough to collect information on vital signs, required levels of assistance, behaviors, activity attendance, meal intake and more, promoting real-time updates collected into a single dashboard.
Compliance is key in caring for residents. The technologies can help nurses document tasks and even assist agency nurses who may be unfamiliar with the community or its practices, ensuring continuity of care and task completion.
to watch the webinar.
- Cassie Diner, MatrixCare
- Kelly Danielson, MatrixCare
- Joy Herring, LTC Consultants
- Amy Ostrem, MatrixCare (moderator)
Webinar sponsor: MatrixCare is an industry-leading provider of post-acute EHR to facility-based care settings and home care/home health and hospice organizations. For more information visit, www.matrixcare.com.
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