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Cision: Predictive Analytics Can Reduce Seniors’ UTIs and Sepsis: AI Offers Solutions

Cision For a number of age-related reasons, urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common in seniors, and when left undiagnosed and untreated, can lead to the deadly and quickly-escalating condition called sepsis. New highly sensitive wearables and other devices can accurately predict and alert caregivers to sepsis and UTIs, greatly improving care outcomes for seniors, says […]

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Jewish Community Voice: Artificial Intelligence can revolutionize elder care

i Advance Senior Care As the population ages, assisted living communities and nursing homes around the country are having a more difficult time recruiting workers to provide care for the residents. The employee shortage is fast becoming a crisis, too. Can Artifical Intelligence Revolutionize Elder Care by STEVE LUBETKIN You can listen to our conversation […]

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Cision: Overmedication Common in Understaffed Assisted Living Facilities

Cision At assisted living facilities where staff and funding can be thin, on the ground care is often managed by sedating residents with unnecessary antipsychotics. Zanthion offers tech-based senior care solutions which make oversight and response much easier, eliminating the need to resort to unethical care management measures. Over medication Common in Understaffed Assisted Living […]

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Aging In Place Technology Watch: New Technology Offerings for Caregivers and Families

Aging In Place Technology Watch Recent reports show that a shortage of direct care staff is affecting the ability of senior care facilities to maintain quality of care to elderly residents. For example, the Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies documented a 97% staff turnover rate for certified nurse aides and an average 90% turnover […]

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