Launched at the ADASS Summer 2020 Virtual Conference, we are pleased to announce that our latest white paper ‘How can dynamic use of social care technology support the ‘new normal’?’ has been published.
As we navigate the repercussions of the pandemic and focus starts returning to statutory responsibilities, the time is right to look at how improved technology, data and analytics can help future-proof the care sector. The new HAS Technology White Paper provides examples of how innovative technology has helped Social Care and Housing organisations during the pandemic and where it can support to help mitigate risks and improve quality, ready for any challenges ahead.
The white paper includes case studies and evidence from HAS Technology services including preventative/wearable technology, data collection and market insight and quality care delivery.
Launched on the same day as the ADASS ‘Nine Statements to Help Shape Adult Social Care Reform’, this report also reiterates the importance of prioritising access to technological and digital solutions and that during the pandemic a crucial part of learning has been around this adoption.