Transforming Healthcare to Homecare – Ericsson ConsumerLab

Healthcare becomes decentralized, moving from hospitals towards homes

Consumers are frustrated with inconveniences and doctor wait times; 39 percent of chronic patients prefer online consultations to face-to-face meetings. Close to two in three consumers say wearables that monitor and administer medication are important to better manage chronic ailments,leading to reduced visits to the doctor. More than half of cross-industry decision makers feel decentralizing healthcare to local centers will improve efficiency and address resource scarcity.


Patient data is centralized, turning hospitals into data centers

35 percent of consumers say that online access to a central repository of medical records will help them easily manage the quality and efficiency of their care; 45 percent of cross-industry experts consider the central repository as a breakthrough in healthcare provisioning. Access to patient data is considered important to improve healthcare. Doctors will become data scientists and data security will become paramount, as 46 percent of cross-industry decision makers already consider data security to be an issue.

Source: Transforming Healthcare to Homecare – Ericsson ConsumerLab

alzheimers aged care

Aveo faces fresh allegations over death of resident

Alzheimers Aged Care And Technology

Alzheimers aged care, like most of our world can be improved by technology. Premium care whether in Alzheimers aged care or even Arthritis is more efficient when enhanced by technology.

MaxiLife is partnering with Our Community Broadband to ensure that our clients have superfast reliable internet that doesn’t rely on NBN or Telstra. Why? So you can implement technologies in your home that prevent serious problems.

Look At Alzheimers Aged Care Problems

Alzheimers aged care failure kills 93 year old

93 year old dies unnecessarily of heat stroke! Alzheimers aged care failure!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alzheimer’s Australia Statistics | Specialist Rental Properties Needed

Alzheimer’s Australia Statistics Show A Growing Need For specialized Investment Property

Alzheimer’s Australia statistics show there are 413,106 Australians living with dementia and that number is expected to rise by over 20% by 2025. By the 2050s Australia needs around 525,540 carers in the community and 250,420 paid carers in residential aged care. Carers as well as sufferers need affordable and specialised housing, that is 1.2 million individuals a highly specialized market that no sane property investor or property developer can ignore.

Alzheimer's Australia Statistics