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Technology will never be able to replace the human element of care, but advancements that improve process efficiency within an aged care facility can result in staff having more time to be able to spend with their residents.
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Technology needed to ease workload pressures

The Australian residential aged care sector is staring down the barrel of two complex challenges: significant workforce shortages and the need for increased resident care time, which is where unique technology solutions need to keep the sector ahead of the curb. Read More

How your digital system can support organisational goals and achieve a sustainable business transformation

“Transformation is not just about technology. It’s about business and it’s about people”. Stacey Sincock has 20 years’ experience working in disability and aged care, so she knows better than most the problems and obstacles associated with delivering care. Now she supports care providers to digitally transform to ultimately improve their services for people living with a disability or in aged care. Read More

Should video calls remain in aged care when lockdowns are over?

Video calls became a necessity during lockdown in the absence of in-person visits. However, an IT expert from aged care provider JewishCare, reveals that video conferencing has yielded a surprising positive that nobody expected. Read More
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