Modernizing Seniors Housing Care: Simplifying Workflows for Caregivers through Technology

Modernizing Seniors Housing Care
As the acuity care needs of senior living residents rise, so does the need for more efficient workflows and better outcomes. Technology can help simplify both of these areas, by providing customizable data that highlight changes in condition and quality of care, and by informing residents' families about the care their loved ones are receiving.

On September 8, at 2:00 pm Eastern, Seniors Housing Business magazine will host a webinar exploring how technology is helping to improve senior care across the country. Webinar attendees will learn about the latest innovations in care transition management and preventive healthcare.

Topics will include:
  • The latest trends in technology-enabled senior care
  • How technology can help simplify workflows and improve care transitions
  • The importance of involving families in the care planning process
  • How to implement technology solutions to support these goals

Panelists: Amy Ostrem, Vice President, Strategy & Portfolio Management, MatrixCare; Cassie Diner, Clinical Product Manager, MatrixCare; Kelly Danielson, Clinical Product Manager, MatrixCare; Joy Herring, VP of Clinical Analytics, LTC Consultants; and the moderator, Eric Goldberg, Seniors Housing Business.

This discussion is sponsored by MatrixCare, an industry-leading provider of post-acute EHR to facility-based care settings and home care/home health and hospice organizations.
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