How to Expand Your Practice and Profits with Existing Technology
Technology is and will continue to play an integral role in senior living and elder care. As the shortage of caregivers becomes more acute, and families struggle to keep their loved ones at home, elder law attorneys can team up with care coordinators to introduce clients to sensors, cameras, bracelets that monitor the movement of a dementia patient and notify medical staff and family, implants that send vital signs directly to a health care provider and apps that alert caregivers of important health and financial changes. These items as part of the "Internet of Things" available today to help round out your business and make your services more valuable to clients. Think of technology as a partner for life care planning services that can give your practice an edge and create a new recurring revenue stream.
Louis Pierro, J.D., Founder of EverHome Care Advisors and Pierro, Connor & Strauss, LLC
Chris Faherty, Chief Growth Officer of Call9
Liz Loewy, Co-Founder and COO of EverSafe
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