Survey shows patient acquisition and staff morale can improve with the implementation of digital tools
Recently Inspiren, in partnership with Osmond Marketing, the Association of Skilled Nursing Providers (ASNP), and Caring.com conducted a survey to get a better understanding of the type of challenges healthcare providers are facing, and how they engage with technology to solve challenges. The survey collected over 100 responses from registered nurses, licensed practitioner nurses, certified […]
Inspiren to showcase its revolutionary innovation, AUGi at HIMSS21
Inspiren to showcase its revolutionary innovation, AUGi at HIMSS21 Studies show how AUGi can help improve patient satisfaction New York, July 2021: This year Inspiren will be showcasing its innovative technology, AUGi, at the HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, from August 9 to 13. The HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition […]
Study released by ANIA reveals how Inspiren’s AUGi can improve workflow and patient outcomes
You’d be surprised to learn the amount spent on medical costs as a result of patient falls in the United States is a whopping $50 billion a year*, and this number can be expected to continue increasing as the population ages. A bigger cause for concern, however, is that falls are the leading cause of […]
Your Patient, Resident, or Staff Tested COVID Positive…Now What?
There is universal consensus on the importance of contact tracing to protect residents, patients, and staff in acute care and senior living facilities, but there is a wide and growing chasm on how contact tracing actually happens. That chasm has paper sign-in sheets on one side, and dated, expensive, technology on the other. Over 90% […]
Falls in Senior Care: A Multidimensional Problem That Needs a Multidimensional Solution
Bad things happen to patients and residents when they are alone and behind closed doors. Due to staffing shortages, increasing nursing home admissions, and lack of practical and valuable solutions, it is nearly impossible for nursing staff to have eyes on their patients and residents at all times, but now more than ever, it is […]
Computer Vision – The New Frontier of Healthcare
When we hear about computer vision, it’s typically in the context of self driving cars or automated manufacturing processes. “Computer vision is the automated extraction of information from images. Information can mean anything from 3D models, camera position, to object detection” (1). Imagine a world where your car can automatically detect obstacles and turns, all […]
Too Many Patients, Not Enough Staff – How Do We Adapt?
Not counting the impact of a pandemic, the number of patients seeking care has been increasing and will continue to increase due to the aging population and increase in life expectancy in the US. In addition, caring for these patients is more complex. Patients and residents over the age of 65 with multiple chronic conditions […]