It's no secret that long-term care has been behind the curve when it comes to technology adoption. We keep telling people to invest, and providers respond that there is no money. But it's a little more complicated than that.
How long-term care providers are using, and can learn, technology is one of the topics covered in the McKnight's Online Expo technology session.
The McKnight's Online Expo will take place March 26 and 27, with five webcasts from long-term care leaders.
McKnight's Long-Term Care News is proud to present its lineup for the eighth annual McKnight's Online Expo.
Long-term care providers can now access McKnight's Online Expo sessions, which occurred live March 26 and 27, in our online archive.
Health information technology helps nursing homes coordinate care and protect resident privacy, according to a leading researcher on the issue. Nursing homes without technology may rely on more creative ways to communicate that create privacy problems, such as posting photos or written notices, he says.