Trends Affecting Technology Adoption in Post-Acute and Senior Care

Trends Affecting Technology Adoption in Post-Acute and Senior Care

Older adults are increasingly adopting smart technology as healthcare organizations continue to implement technology solutions for clinicians. Here’s what’s driving this trend and how healthcare organizations can overcome barriers. The technology landscape of post-acute and senior care is changing as Baby Boomers, who are much more technologically savvy than previous generations, begin to age into senior care services. This trend is coinciding with greater digital health adoption by healthcare organizations in response to the pandemic.

As post-acute and senior care organizations continue to compete with the home environment for residents (90 percent of seniors intend to remain in their current homes for the next five to 10 years), it’s important for them to be mindful of technology trends among older adults and how to support those technologies. On the post-acute side, clinician shortages are complicating care delivery. However, technology can improve nurse workflows, making care delivery more efficient.

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