Technology Adoption Rising in Senior Living

A recent survey from LeadingAge CAST and Ziegler shows an increase in technology adoption in senior living communities and that more organizations are adding Chief Information/Technology Officer positions to their leadership teams. 

The 14th Annual LeadingAge Ziegler 150 showed a growth in Electronic Health Records, Electronic Point of Care/Point of Service Documentation Services, Automatic Fall Detectors, Access Control/Wander Management Systems, User-Activated Emergency Response Systems, Physical Exercise and Rehabilitation Technologies. 

The survey also showed that the most common corporate position created in 2016 was Chief Information/Technology Officer. Of the 150 providers who participated in the survey, 48 have CIOs with an average tenure of eight years. 

For more information, see LeadingAge Ziegler 150 Survey Shows Tech Adoption Rising

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