Month: October 2015

3 Ways Senior Living Can Use Healthcare Data Solutions to Predict Health Trends

Every day, senior care directors are expected to make more out of less. They are expected to improve care, even while resources are dwindling. But healthcare data can change all that. By using artificial intelligence solutions such as vital sign and fall prevention monitoring, data can be collected and shared on a larger scale than ever before and improvement can be taken to new heights.

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Choosing the Best Fall Alert System: A Geriatric Care Provider’s Guide

Senior care communities know that one of the biggest threats to senior independence or the opportunity to age in place is falling. For older adults over the age of 65, falls can lead to negative health and emotional outcomes. According to the CDC, falls in older adults can lead to fractures, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), or a fear of falling again that leads to decreased mobility and range of motion.

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Choosing the Best Fall Alert System: A Geriatric Care Provider’s Guide