Accelerating Digital Transformation in Senior Care

By Matt Mello
National Director of Sales, Senior Care 

"It came in like a wrecking ball" is an understatement. 2020 has been a year of challenges and issues we never imagined. If there is one silver lining for the Senior Care community – is that it’s highlighted the industry’s need for digital transformation and the positive effects it can have. 

The term is not as scary as you might think. It simply means transforming how you use technology in order to work smarter, more securely and with greater efficiency. It’s about replacing manual processes with automated ones that save vital time – so incredibly important when you are asked to do even more with less. It’s about using data to your advantage – to help you make better decisions, guide future strategies and reduce risk. And ultimately, it’s about enabling better care outcomes and enhanced service delivery.  

Did you know there are automated staff and visitor screening solutions that integrate with your EHR? Did you know that you have a variety of payment choices that can help reduce capital expenditures? There are so many possibilities when you look to innovation. 

2020 certainly wasn’t a gentle nudge in technology’s direction. But it has reinforced the need to face the music and not shy away from what needs to be done.  

We know talk of technology can be overwhelming – this year especially. Fully Managed can help you understand next steps. We specialize in helping senior care communities plan technology roadmaps that make sense and produce real benefits.  

  • Confused about telehealth? We can help. 
  • ​Have questions about automating time-consuming manual processes? Talk to us. 
  • Need help understanding how moving to the Cloud can make you more secure and better prepared in the future? We can point you in the right direction. 

Digital transformation doesn’t have to be scary. And it doesn’t mean changing everything all at once. Baby steps.  But it does need to happen and we’ll all be better for it. 

Have technology questions? Let us know how we can help.