How to manage senior care facilities during crisis

July 24, 2020

Senior care  and nursing homes have been challenged by the recent pandemic. Their facilities and IT infrastructure (critical assets) must be at their optimal performance, according to an article on the Forbes website.

This can mean challenging cost-effective asset maintenance and monitoring.An  ADAPTS approach . — asset discovery, availability, performance and tailored security, encompasses a strategy for asset management that can produce positive results.

All these vital assets are connected to a network and serve as a unified ecosystem with the staff and supply chain.

For instance, one of the critical areas of a medical facility is the communication system. In nursing homes, the VoIP and video communication system can be the core to their senior patients' livelihood. 

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