RESPECT - Pellerin: Healthy Ottawa —New ideas to help us avoid the hospital | Ottawa Citizen
As much as we appreciate what health-care practitioners do for us when we need them, the point of trying to be as healthy as we can be is to avoid going to the hospital. And with interactive digital tools and new forms of care delivery, hospitals are doing their best to help us stay away from them.
SafelyYou and Integrated Health Systems Join Forces to Streamline Technology Installations and Enhance Customer Experience in Senior Living Communities
SAN FRANCISCO and OVERLAND PARK, Kan. , Aug. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- SafelyYou, a memory care-focused health care technology company, and Integrated Health Systems, a leading information technology provider ...
Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation accelerates development and testing of new Quebec-based healthcare innovations for older adults | BioSpace
Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation accelerates development and testing of new Quebec-based healthcare innovations for older adults - read this article along with other careers information, tips and advice on BioSpace
Saskatoon tech company using virtual reality to improve dementia care | Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Local virtual and augmented reality medical tech developer Luxsonic is a finalist in a national competition for their new technology.
Linked Senior - Resident Engagement is the Most Exciting Opportunity Today in Senior Living | PointClickCare Blog
There are plenty of examples of how resident engagement is developing in exciting ways today, and the examples we discuss here are why I’d recommend the Activity Director profession to anyone thinking of entering the aging field at the moment.
RetiSpec - Could an eye scan be used to diagnose Alzheimer's disease? | CTV News
A Toronto clinic is first in the world to test retina scans that may be able to diagnose Alzheimer's disease using a hypersensitive device developed in Canada.
Careteam - ‘Canadians are clear’: Latest CMA polls show we want to manage our health online | Globe and Mail
Almost three in four of patients in the survey, however, said they worry that the human connection in care could be lost, and that their privacy is at risk