We are entering the holiday season in unusual times. Every year, we look forward to Thanksgiving because we can be reunited with family and reconnect with our roots. Most of us will find a way to celebrate for Thanksgiving in 2020, but for many seniors, a family reunion is not an option.
Seniors are able and willing to use technology, especially when it helps them connect with loved ones.
Our INVU Care platform helped longterm care communities navigate unprecedented times.
It’s been an intense but beautiful few weeks here at INVU. I wanted to share some good news about how our technology is helping people on the frontlines of healthcare!
We are here to help. INVU can connect those quarantined with healthcare providers and government officials via a HIPAA compliant suite of tools including video conferencing. The INVU solution supports caring for, monitoring and tracking all quarantined individuals. With INVU, healthcare providers and government officials are assured that ONLY accurate information is disseminated.
When working with seniors, you can no longer ignore the reality that isolation is significant health concern. Solving this problem is not easy, but the right technology can make a big difference when nothing else can.
Rural palliative and hospice is difficult. With patients spread out over a large geographic region, your care team may spend more time in the car in between patients than they actually spend with the patients. This presents two fundamental problems for rural hospices...
In healthcare, we know change is coming. You can ignore this future, or you act on it. We know that the carve-in will be detrimental to hospices in general. The future may be grim, with the right technology, the future is bright! Tech can help your hospice outshine your competitors, maximize reimbursements, and multiply your workforce.
Left to Right: Rick Slager on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1976. Rick today in 2020 as CEO of INVU Care. INVU Care’s Patient Kiosk.
A Sage Hospice patient uses Sage Connect (tablet) to communicate with a