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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
Apple is internally researching whether the iPhone and Apple Watch can be used for people with Parkinson's disease through passive monitoring to help doctors track symptoms and manage medication.
Buzztime Inc. is helping seniors put decades of knowledge to use through its trivia games, as played in popular restaurants and sports bars, to every new HarborChase Senior Living Community.
What if data could help navigate your healthcare journey the way traffic apps guide you on the best routes? Predictive analytics is the insight into the process and the outcomes.
By Dan Hogan, President and CEO, Medalogix
MatrixCare has developed point of sale software that can be used facility wide to track and manage individual resident needs and preferences.
Scientists at Cornell University have created a game for nonscientists to play that will help researchers understand blood stalls and further understanding of memory loss.
Casamba merges with post-acute software companies HealthWyse and TherapySource as part of a long-term growth strategy.
PointClickCare announced its latest skin and wound smartphone app to track wound status and healing.
Celebrate those who served and their caregivers who live in assisted living and residential care communities with National Assisted Living Week.
The portfolio of free resources helps providers explore various technology for supporting medication management.
Can a person’s metabolites provide clues on how dementia begins and how treatments can be personalized?
Honor, a senior home care startup, has joined forces with the National Parkinson Foundation to train caregivers how best to provide non-medical care for clients with Parkinson’s disease.
The Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing has launched a new web site to showcase innovative technology projects and educational resources for caregivers.