The province of Ontario is leaning in to investments and innovations with the new seniors’ strategy, Aging with Confidence: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors, which addresses many priorities of seniors and their families.
No doubt about it, cyber security breaches are a major concern for everyone, even major websites.
Recently a massive denial-of-service (DoS) attack shut down major websites across the internet, including Twitter and Spotify, a streaming music service. The Healthcare industry, in particular, is especially vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Does your Long-Term Care Home or Retirement Residence suffer from the following technical troubles?
Slow computers or network links
No backup and limited security for data
Inadequate Wireless coverage
Staff that need more training and support
What if those problems could disappear, and you never had
The Government of Ontario’s guidelines for Long-Term Care invoices can be confusing.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care insists on specific procedures to claim and capture funding, so it’s important to understand how to properly invoice expenditures for your Long-Term Care Home’s Information Technology services. If done right, funding
As Ontario’s population ages, our health and long-term care industries must keep up with technological advancements.
If they were once overburdened by slow and expensive innovation, that’s certainly not the case anymore. In fact, innovations in information technology today allow healthcare practitioners fast, affordable, and efficient patient care.
We’ve been working with Ontario long-term care homes for years, as an outsourced IT department. So, of course, we like to keep up with the latest goings on in the industry.
The Ontario Long-Term Care Association’s report, This is Long-Term Care 2015, is the most recent glimpse of what older residents