Month: March 2016

6 Strategies for Training Senior Housing Residents to Use mHealth Apps

Tech savvy seniors are finding a better connection with medical professionals and clinicians through the use of mHealth applications. These seniors, and sometimes their families, are able to ask questions, follow up with concerns, and even learn more about preventative health recommendations with the touch, swipe, or click on their smart phones. Senior living communities are noticing this turn toward mHealth opportunities and are racing to set up efficient networks and private platforms that can optimize the experience.

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6 Strategies for Training Senior Housing Residents to Use mHealth Apps

5 Ways Technology Helps Grow Your Bottom Line

As healthcare evolves, CFOs and business owners are continually looking for ways to increase revenue and decrease costs. In a market crowded with solutions promising to help collect bills faster and shorten the revenue cycle, evidence also shows there are proactive steps that can be taken to improve the bottom line through investing in and maintaining technology. Here are five ways technology can help improve your bottom line:

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4 Reasons Telehealth Services Give Senior Living a Competitive Edge

With competition fierce among local senior care communities, executives are always on the lookout for ways to set a community apart from the rest. Beyond positively affecting the bottom line through increased referrals and marketing, finding ways to create a niche within an industry will bring more potential residents through the doors. Lately, executives have been exploring ways to bring technology to the forefront of senior communities. However, there is more than social media workshops and free WiFi access to a well thought out technology program for a senior community. The answer to a competitive edge may just be telehealth. Read More

4 Reasons Telehealth Services Give Senior Living a Competitive Edge