Telehealth can provide more autonomy to elderly Australians and aged care providers in remote areas, a priority with proposed changes to aged care funding.
By increasing patient autonomy, intelligent virtual assistants will have a number of benefits for aged care providers in Australia.
The IoT is a new, powerful trend, and it’s time aged care providers start to think about how it could prove useful to operations.
3D printing is commonly associated with design and product development, but the technology is proving to have nearly limitless applications.
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Telehealth is a term that may be confusing for many, but it’s important to understand how it could change medicine – and aged care.
Telehealth will likely come to play an important role in not just aged care Down Under, but the wider Australian healthcare sector.
Technology will come to play an even more important role in aged care over the next few years, helping providers and carers alike.
In a sector that’s set to see such rapid change as aged care, a focus on innovation and the right technologies will prove essential.
mHealth is an area of significant opportunity for the aged care sector Down Under, something that isn’t surprising given the benefits in other sectors.