Improving Resident Satisfaction and Extending Length of Stay through Data-Driven Resident-Centric Care
By Cubigo |
7 March 2023
Data-driven resident-centric care has the potential to extend the length of stay in communities by improving resident satisfaction, preventing health issues, and identifying areas for improvement. By collecting and analyzing data on residents' preferences, activities, and daily routines, staff can tailor care plans to meet their specific needs and promote their overall well-being.
Implementing this approach can help extend the length of stay in communities in several ways.
By tracking and analyzing resident data, staff can identify areas where they can improve care and services. For example, they may notice that residents are requesting more social activities, or that certain meals are more prevalent among a particular demographic. This information can be used to make targeted improvements that enhance residents' overall quality of life and make the community more attractive to prospective residents.
By providing personalized care, residents are more likely to feel comfortable and satisfied with their living arrangements. This can lead to a lower rate of resident turnover and an increase in referrals from current residents.
By leveraging data, staff can identify potential issues early on and intervene before they become more serious. This can help prevent loneliness and hospitalizations, which can be disruptive and costly to both residents and communities.
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