Four things you must consider before moving to a digital care plan
Aging 2.0 holds an annual conference in San Francisco that puts on an impressive display of the latest ageing related ideas, design and technology. This year’s conference, OPTIMIZE, was held 12-14 October. We attended this year's conference and came away inspired by the breadth of the ideas, energy and positivity.
Improve staff retention, improve person centred care delivery, Dementia care best practice, reduce operational risks and reduce regulatory compliance risks are five important business priorities where data can empower evidence based decision making in residential care homes. There are many other opportunities but these are ones that we often hear are high priorities in care homes.
The UK is a smartphone society. More than 7 out of every 10 adults own a smartphone. For many people, a smartphone is the first thing they touch in the morning and the last thing they touch at night. Smartphones are the digital equivalent of a Swiss Army knife as they have subtly replaced the alarm clock, flashlight, stopwatch, calculator, voice recorder, camera, scanner, newspapers, books, maps, GPS devices and dozens of other everyday items in our lives.