Nursing Homes

Transforming Long-Term Care

Long-term care has gained importance in the past few years because of the growing aged population and the rising costs associated with eldercare. By 2050, 1/5 of the world’s population will be aged 60 or over, and 80% of the world’s aged will be in developing countries.

Challenges faced by Long term care facilities today:

  • Staff Productivity:—Need for smarter solutions for simplified and automated processes to boost staff productivity and reduce safety risks.
  • Care Quality:—The low availability of skilled staff and financial pressures together lower the quality of care delivered.

Solution Requirements

Long-term care is typically provided by different types of facilities and in various contexts, such as home-based care, nursing homes, senior day care centers, resident care centers and retirement villages.

Key requirements across these business scenarios include:

  • Core management functions:—Including pre-admission management of enquiries, quotes, counselling sessions, pre-admission assessments and financial planning.
  • Home care:—Care quality issues and rising healthcare costs leading to loss of patient trust in their care providers.
  • New technology:—Care quality issues and rising healthcare costs leading to loss of patient trust in their care providers.

Business Impact

Such a solution can bring significant benefits to long-term care operators.

  • 40% improvement in time and effort needed to generate and manage bills and invoices.
  • 80-90% improvement in accuracy and effort for medication administration.
  • 30-40% improvement in reimbursement processes and interfaces with government systems.