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OPEN MINDS 2009
Transcript of OPEN MINDS 2009
Our affiliated companies have been providing long-term care to the elderly and people with disabilities since 1989.
Starting implementing SimplyHome technology in the field in 2003.
First National Accreditation through CARF for utilization of SimplyHome Technology in Long-Term Care in 2007.
New Opportunities: Technology Supports and Service
“ Any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially or off the shelf, modified or customized, that increases, maintains, or improves functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities.”
Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1998
Mary sleeps in past her normal wake-up time. Her SimplyHome system recognizes the inactivity.
Caregiver receives an mobile alert from the SimplyHome system and calls to make sure everything is OK.
Daughter checks in via personalized website and goes to bed knowing Mary has taken her medicine and is in bed.
Trending of Data
Objectives, Goals, Outcome Measurements
Assessment of new needs
Improvements in care environment
Virtual Care Management™
Assist with Maintaining Independence
Assess long term support needs
Coordinate Benefits & Services
Weekly individual contact
Monthly data reporting
*Based on nationwide averages taken by the 2008 Metlife Market Survey of Nursing Home and Assisted Living Costs.
** Based on nationwide averages taken by 2008 Genworth Financial Group Cost of Care Survey.
***Davidson, Holland, Whitesell & Co. memo to Providers Association
Technology should not replace humanity.
Independent living is empowered by technology.