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NEC expands digital elderly care system trial to Chiang Mai

Healthcare It News

WHAT IT'S ABOUT The municipality of Chiang Mai and NEC Thailand recently signed a memorandum of understanding for the development of smart city solutions, including smart hospital technologies to support its provision of elderly care.

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Roundup: Bayer to launch 27 telemedicine centres in India and more briefs

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Bayer to launch 27 telemedicine centres over 2 years in India. German multinational pharmaceutical company Bayer is setting up 27 telemedicine centres in 12 districts across eight states in India over the next two years through Bayer Foundation India. Its physical elderly care agencies now cover 24 provinces in the country.

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NYC elder care provider using FCC funds for telehealth, protecting seniors from COVID-19

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Parker is using the Healow application by eClinicalWorks for its telemedicine program. There are many vendors of telemedicine technology and services on the health IT market today. ” PROPOSAL. The area continues to face an increase in severe COVID-19 cases that require hospitalization – overwhelming many hospitals.

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Virtual Nursing: The New Solution Addressing Healthcare Challenges

HIT Consultant

Joel Landau, founder & chairman of The Allure Group In an age where technology consistently reshapes various sectors, healthcare and elder care stand transformed. The emergence of virtual nursing heralds a transformative approach to patient care, reshaping how we tackle healthcare hurdles.

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Nursing community collaboration on the European COVID-19 front-lines

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

More than 35,000 health workers have been infected (of which 60% were nurses), particularly in the elderly care home sector. Encinas agreed with the increased focus on digital support in Spain, “here we have seen impressive spontaneous innovation for the management of chronic disease with telemedicine; and with lots of creativity.”

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Why Telehealth Should Be the Standard Protocol in Long-Term Care Facilities

Healthcare IT Today

With the COVID-19 cloud casting a shadow on high-risk elderly care communities, there’s another effect to make note of besides the way these facilities have been unfortunately impacted with cases. The following is a guest article by Ed Mercadante is the Chief Executive Officer of MediTelecare.

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Are Robots Coming to Healthcare? Consumers Say Not-So-Fast

Health Populi

But these are also some of the people who could most benefit from the deployment of safe, sensitively-designed, and effective robots for caregiving and medical care at home. Robotics are part of the growing Internet of Things for health, and increasingly to morph our homes into our personal health hubs.