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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
The software companies are working together to make it easier for staff, residents and their families to communicate.
Social media is a popular method of communication, but what happens when staff and residents use it to share about long term care? Resident blogger Kathleen Mears shares her observations and opinions.
The mobile game that’s helping researchers collect and better understand navigation paths with dementia is going a step further through virtual reality.
Canadian researchers are building a prototype of a virtual assistant that could help people with memory loss complete daily tasks.
The Electronic Arts alumnus also brings healthcare technology development experience to the iN2L team.
The senior living provider and Iris Plans have partnered to offer residents end-of-life care planning services.
A program pairs up senior living residents with elementary students to capture their life stories using digital devices.
Researchers are reaching for new levels using video games technology for dementia treatments
Social media is ubiquitous, valuable and fun. It can also get long-term care providers into a lot of legal trouble.
A not-for-profit provider will adopt K4Connect’s platform in its facilities following a successful pilot.
A team of researchers have designed a new pacemaker that runs on radio frequency and can be implemented directly into a person’s heart.
The tech companies will integrate software so providers can create, access and manage claims within the electronic health record.