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AgeTech Survey: Implementation of digital innovations in German care

The current Nobi AgeTech survey sheds light on this question, as it shows that almost 80% of all facilities do not have stable and reliable Wi-Fi in all rooms. This means that, often, the minimum technical requirements are simply not met. This situation is clearly not down to the nursing staff as, according to the survey conducted in March 2023, caregivers would be quick to embrace digital systems. More than 96% of the respondents are convinced that these tools will play an important or even very important role in their daily work in the future and 94 % would be more than happy to use these technologies in their everyday work.

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White paper: Digital applications as a game changer?

Nursing homes are under extreme pressure. Quality of care and the safety of residents is expected to be top-notch. At the same time, staff shortages and high staff turnover are a major challenge for management and operators. 

During the debate at Berlin's ‘Haus der Zukunft’, experts from science and practice discussed how digital systems integrate seamlessly into everyday life and how they can help relieve staff and increase the quality of care at the same time.

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AgeTech Umfrage: Bewertung neuer digitaler Technologien in der Pflege

​Wie die aktuelle Nobi AgeTech-Umfrage zeigt, haben knapp 80 % aller Einrichtungen kein stabiles und zuverlässiges W-Lan in allen Räumen. Die technischen Mindestanforderungen sind also häufig nicht gegeben. An dem mangelnden Interesse des Pflegepersonals liegt es jedenfalls nicht. Laut der Umfrage aus März 2023, stehen PflegerInnen dem Einsatz digitaler Systeme sehr positiv gegenüber. Mehr als 96 % der Befragten sind der Überzeugung, dass diese Hilfsmittel in Zukunft eine wichtige oder sogar sehr wichtige Rolle in ihrem Arbeitsalltag spielen werden. 94 % sind gerne bereit, diese Techniken in ihren Arbeitsalltag zu integrieren.

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Whitepaper: Digitale Anwendungen als Retter in der Not​?

Pflegeheime stehen unter hohem Erwartungsdruck, was die Qualität der Pflege und die Sicherheit der BewohnerInnen angeht. Gleichzeitig sind Personalmangel und hohe Fluktuation eine große Herausforderung für Management und Betreiber.

Bei der Diskussion im Berliner „Haus der Zukunft“ diskutierten Experten aus Wissenschaft und Praxis, wie sich digitale Systeme nahtlos in den Alltag integrieren und wie sie helfen können, das Personal zu entlasten und gleichzeitig die Qualität der Pflege zu steigern.

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Dr. Kathrin Seibert
University of Bremen, Institute for Public Health and Nursing Research (IPP)

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Sascha Saßen
Head of CQM Korian

Menia Ettrich
German Digital Health Association

Dr. Kathrin Seibert
Universität Bremen, Institut für Public Health und Pflegeforschung (IPP)

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Sascha Saßen
Leiter ZQM Korian

Menia Ettrich
Spitzenverband digitale Gesundheitsversorgung

Peter Henrich
Managing Director Uckert Technology Service

Vera Led
Head of DACH Nobi Smart Lamps

Roeland Pelgrims
CEO of Nobi Smart Lamps

Peter Henrich
Geschäftsführer Uckert Technology Service

Vera Led
Leitung DACH Nobi Smart Lamps

Roeland Pelgrims
CEO von Nobi Smart Lamps

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Published on May 26 2023 in: Quelle

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Many industries are benefiting from workload reduction provided by new digital solutions and tools. Unfortunately, this is not yet the case for the care industry. Why are these solutions so little used in care facilities? And is the industry really reluctant to adopting them, or is something else at play?

Caregivers want to use digital tools

Caregivers are very positive about using digital systems. More than 96% of respondents believe that these tools will play an important or even very important role in their daily work in the future. 94 % are happy to integrate these technologies into their everyday work.

Read the entire survey about technology in care here