Date: Wednesday 15th February at 1-2pm (NZDT)
Ideal for: Registered Nurses, Clinical Nurse Managers, Facility Managers
Join David Allsopp, Head of Sales, PainChek, Jeff Brooks, Senior Clinical Specialist, PainChek , Richard Reddecliffe, Manager, VCare International and Elizabeth Lear, Cliinical and Quality Improvement Manager, VCare Software for a FREE webinar exploring the latest insights into digital transformation in aged care.
During the webinar, you will learn about:
- The state of digital transformation in aged care and what this means for you
- Current and future use cases for technology in aged care
- How technology and artificial intelligence (AI) can enable automation, efficiency, and objectivity at every stage of your organisation’s care journey
- How to overcome implementation challenges and leverage the benefits of new technologies, with advice from industry leaders
This is a must-attend webinar for any carer, clinician, or facility manager wanting to save time and improve processes.
The session will conclude with a live Q&A, and all attendees will receive a free copy of PainChek & VCare’s landmark industry report: Digital Transformation in Aged Care: 2022 and Beyond.
Places are limited. Reserve your spot today.
Register for the webinar:
PainChek® is the world’s first regulatory cleared medical device for the assessment of pain, enabling best-practice pain management for people living with pain in any environment, including those who cannot reliably self-report their pain, those who can, and those who fluctuate between the two. PainChek® is under licence in over 1,500 aged care facilities, with more than 1,670,000 digital pain assessments conducted to date, and is trusted by thousands of nurses, carers, and clinicians worldwide.
About VCare International
VCare is a leading aged care software solution provider. VCare’s complete care management system provides feature-rich, flexible, powerful, cost-effective, and localised solutions for operators of retirement villages, assisted living facilities, rest homes, aged care hospitals and nursing homes.