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  • Embracing Change: The Vital Importance of Innovations in Retirement Homes

    In the landscape of elder care, retirement homes stand as beacons of comfort, community, and support for our ageing population. These spaces offer a sanctuary where seniors can enjoy their golden years surrounded by peers, access to care, and a myriad of amenities. However, as our understanding of ageing evolves and societal expectations shift, the…

  • Tech-driven Healthcare Solutions Revolutionising Elderly Patient Care

    In response to the evolving healthcare landscape and the specific needs of an ageing population, the integration of technology has emerged as a game-changer in enhancing elderly patient care. Today, we delve into the state of healthcare for the elderly and the cutting-edge technologies that are reshaping the future of geriatric well-being. Challenges in Elderly…

  • The Impact of the EU AI Act on Healthcare

    In a landmark move toward regulating the use of artificial intelligence (AI), the European Union (EU) has introduced the AI Act. This legislative framework aims to strike a balance between fostering innovation and ensuring ethical, transparent, and accountable AI applications across various sectors. Among these sectors, healthcare stands out as a critical domain where the…

  • Smart Home Devices: A Technological Lifeline for Elderly Patients, Caregivers, and Medical Professionals

    In the rapidly advancing landscape of healthcare technology, smart home devices are emerging as transformative tools, particularly in the care of elderly individuals. These innovations go beyond mere convenience, serving as lifelines that enhance the quality of life for patients, offer invaluable support for caregivers, and streamline healthcare delivery for medical professionals. From remote health…

  • WHO Releases Comprehensive Guide on Telemedicine Implementation: A Catalyst for SociALL’s Mission

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has unveiled the Consolidated Telemedicine Implementation Guide. As the global demand for telemedicine services continues to rise, particularly in response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, this guide provides an invaluable roadmap for planning, implementing, and sustaining telemedicine programs. Key Insights from the WHO Guide The SociALL Project,…

  • Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

    The Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare report serves as a comprehensive exploration of the status, applications, and strategic plans surrounding AI in the healthcare sector. It delves into the perspectives of stakeholders and outlines national strategies, shedding light on the current landscape and future intentions. The primary objective of the study is to assist the European…

  • 2nd Project partners meeting

    Oslo, Norway 23-24 August 2023 The picturesque city of Oslo, Norway, hosted the second Transnational Project Meeting (TPM2) of the SociALL project, which gathered representatives from all partner organizations: Jihoměstská sociální a.s., Czech Republic, Medicalscan Slovakia sro, Slovakia, Åpenhet, Norway, Nowa, Austria. Join us for an overview of this significant event. The opening day commenced with a warm welcome…

  • Digital Resilience: Enhancing Mental Health in the Aging Population

    As we embrace the digital age and the aging population grows, it’s essential to consider the mental well-being of our older population. The increasing demand for mental health services, combined with a shortage of mental health professionals specializing in caring for older adults (geriatric), raises significant concerns about unmet care needs. According to the United Nations,…

  • Telemedicine: Beyond Boundaries, Beyond Pandemics

    Covid-19 came to prove, that pandemics test the readiness of healthcare systems, revealing the structural obstacles. As the popularity of remote health care has grown significantly, we often hear various buzzwords such as telehealth, telemedicine, and telecare. Today we’ll be focusing on telemedicine, its origins,features, use, problems, and future. While we’ve touched on some aspects…

  • Exploring mobile health in Europe

    In 2022, it has been estimated that the number of health apps available on the Google Play store will be exceed 50 000 and that the demand for this type of apps will not decrease until a very long time.Researchers found that the reason behind this increase could be the shortage of qualified social care…

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