How Home Healthcare Organizations Are Staying Connected

How Home Healthcare Organizations Are Staying Connected

Home healthcare providers are no strangers to mobility. Cloud-based tools and digital patient access are taking their strategies to the next level. Most older adults hope to age at home or within their current community. Some 77 percent of adults age 50 or older would prefer to remain in their current residence, according to a 2021 AARP survey. And that goal to age in place is well within reach as home healthcare organizations find support through digital transformation. CAH has been somewhat digitally mature for several decades now, but new technologies are helping make home care even more efficient for workers and beneficial for patient well-being, according to industry expert Keith Crownover, associate partner at Stoneridge Partners. “What people don’t realize is that the home care industry has been automated to a high degree since the mid-1990s,” Crownover says. 

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