There is a stereotype that claims seniors either cannot or will not use modern technology in their everyday lives. However, recently technology has helped improve a variety of services for senior care. The idea of transforming the way people find home health aides and how their services are delivered is powerful and game changing. Many people are now even communicating with their primary care physician digitally. Furthermore, technological advancements have made it easier for insurance companies to process payments. This alone is essential for caregivers and their agencies.
Data Driven Senior Care
A company called Helper Bees, leverages data and helps home care agencies reduce their costs. Helper Bees found that telehealth services were most effective in matching seniors to their caregivers. ” Delivering transformative care to a vulnerable population that desperately needs it, all during uncertain times is not for the faint of heart. Our team worked tirelessly integrating the acquisition of the nurse-care management company Dimensions while successfully driving exponential client and revenue growth. That’s why I am so excited for the next stage in our company’s development,” according to the CEO Dr. Char Hu. The main goal of this company is to improve efficiency and payment processing and streamline these processes.
Increase in Demand for Senior Care
Senior Care demand continues to steadily increase. It’s projected to be the number one job creator for the next 10 to 15 years. This is a result of the aging baby boomer generation. It is projected to be the number one job creator for the next 10 to 15 years. This is a result of the aging baby boomer generation. This makes it essential for everyone to have access to these services. Also, this increases the importance of lower costs of senior care providers and services. Lower costs ensure that providers receive reimbursement on time from insurance companies that support their senior policyholders.