In a bid to help seniors lead a comfortable and safe life, technology has seen several breakthroughs in the past decade. Here, we look at seven technologies that have notably enhanced the realm of senior care.
welcome to our blog
IT SUPPORT | STAFF SOLUTIONS | CYBERSECURITY | RESIDENT ENGAGEMENT
In an increasingly digital world, the intersection of technology and senior care has become a critical focus. Senior care facilities are embracing technology to enhance resident experiences, improve operational efficiency, and ensure cybersecurity. Understanding the significance of this ongoing transformation, vcpi hosted the Senior Care Security + Technology Summit 2023 – a two-day in-person event that left attendees enlightened, engaged, and better equipped to navigate the evolving landscape.
In today’s digital age, senior living communities are increasingly adopting technology solutions to streamline operations. They also look to enhance collaboration, and improve overall efficiency.
There are a number of ways you can ensure operational efficiency, cybersecurity and resident engagement. Senior living tech spending has skyrocketed in the months and
Senior living communities are at a higher risk for cyberattack. Cybercriminals specifically target the healthcare industry, including nursing homes and senior living facilities, due to the sensitive and valuable data they possess and their inadequate network security measures.
When managing risk in senior living environments, the focus has traditionally been on physical safety, professional errors, contractual liability, and other forms of risk. However,
Partnering with an MSP for Your Senior Living Community: The Hidden Benefits At vcpi, we understand that Senior Living Communities face unique challenges when it
With the increasing digitization of sensitive information and transactions, senior living communities face unique cybersecurity challenges. As a result, it’s more important than ever to
The Importance of Data Privacy in Senior Living As the population ages and more seniors require assisted living and long-term care, the importance of data