Risk and Remediation: A Senior-Living Executives Guide to Current Cyber Threats, Business Risks, and Key Avenues of Defense

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These are challenging times for senior housing. As the business community comes to rely more heavily on its digital infrastructure, the importance of cyber security increases exponentially.

Unfortunately, senior housing is woefully unprepared in the face of growing cyber threats, which may come from any number of directions. We’ve put together this whitepaper to help you learn everything you need to know about cybersecurity in senior living.

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Fall Prevention Program Appraisal Tool

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Millions of seniors over the age of 65 fall each year, with astounding consequences that affect both body and pocketbook. According to the CDC, one out of every five falls results in a serious injury such as a broken bone or head injury.

So, how does your community’s fall prevention program measure up? Use our interactive Fall Prevention Program Appraisal Tool to find out.

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Telehealth, mHealth, and Beyond: Improving Quality of Care and Quality of Life by Keeping Seniors Connected

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Senior living executives who want to meet the challenging goals of increasing the level of resident satisfaction, increasing resident retention, keeping residents safer and healthier—all while saving money—will want to strongly consider telehealth solutions. Download this free eBook to learn how telehealth and mHealth benefit senior living communities and why industry leaders are turning to these solutions as key components of their comprehensive care technology plans.
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The Senior Living Insider’s Guide to Keeping Residents Socially Connected and Engaged

The Senior Living Insider’s Guide to Keeping Residents Connected and Engaged

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In senior living, isolation is the enemy and leads to things like increased negative health events and lower quality of life for residents. This eBook details ways senior living providers can help residents stay more socially connected and engaged – and how technology can be used to help. It also covers ways social engagement-promoting technology can improve residents’ physical health as well as decrease move-out’s. Continue reading “The Senior Living Insider’s Guide to Keeping Residents Socially Connected and Engaged”

Developing Your Senior Living Technology Roadmap

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Innovation in senior living is gaining momentum, but technology is evolving rapidly. A comprehensive, well-planned infrastructure should be scalable and cost effective to support the technology of tomorrow.

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How Senior Housing Can Cut Operating Costs and Increase Resident Retention in 2016 and Beyond

How Senior Housing Can Cut Operating Costs and Increase Resident Retention in 2016 and Beyond

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A range of external pressures will challenge senior housing operators to rethink their business strategies in the coming year and beyond. This eBook details ways to keep operating costs in check while maintaining high resident retention numbers – throughout 2016, and for years to come. Continue reading “How Senior Housing Can Cut Operating Costs and Increase Resident Retention in 2016 and Beyond”

Building the IT Infrastructure for Tomorrow’s Senior Living Communities

Building the IT Infrastructure for Tomorrow's Senior Living Communities

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With thousands of baby boomers retiring every day, it’s only a matter of time until this technologically savvy group makes their way into the senior care continuum. Will your senior living community be prepared with the technical amenities – and underlying IT infrastructure – they expect?

Changing with the times is not an option, and it’s becoming critical to plan ahead and implement the IT infrastructure necessary to support expanded health, care, and quality of life technology the next generation of residents will expect. To help you navigate and prepare for these changes hitting the senior living industry and keep (or gain) your competitive edge, we’ve created the Building the IT Infrastructure for Tomorrow’s Senior Living Communities guide and checklist. Continue reading “Building the IT Infrastructure for Tomorrow’s Senior Living Communities”

Choosing Remote Health Monitoring Technology: What Every Senior Living Organization Must Know

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The future of senior resident safety & well being lies in technology that not only detects health emergencies, but prevents them from occurring. Learn about the various remote monitoring technologies that can improve resident safety and well being, as well as how to choose the best solutions for your senior living organizations.

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The Senior Living Operator’s Guide: Making the Shift to Value Based Care

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FEATURING KRIS HANSEN, CEO, WESTERN HOME COMMUNITIES

What is value based care and why will it make or break senior living operations in years to come? How can organizations like yours introduce value based care policies, and what benefits will they bring? Download this free guide, produced in collaboration with Western Home Communities, to learn why value based care is shaking senior living care models to their core – and what it means for operators across the senior housing industry.

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