How virtual telehealth programs can keep seniors engaged, even during a crisis, with Lisa Taylor, CEO of iN2L

Episode 26 October 22, 2020 00:32:21
How virtual telehealth programs can keep seniors engaged, even during a crisis, with Lisa Taylor, CEO of iN2L
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How virtual telehealth programs can keep seniors engaged, even during a crisis, with Lisa Taylor, CEO of iN2L
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Show Notes

In this episode of the MatrixCare Podcast, Kelly Keefe, RN, and VP of Community Solutions Strategy at MatrixCare, sits down with Lisa Taylor, CEO at iN2L to chat about resident engagement in post-acute care during the COVID-19 pandemic. We discuss how iN2L is providing engagement technology to enrich the lives of seniors and working diligently to bridge the communication gap between residents and their loved ones.

Listen in as we uncover best practices to help residents engage with technology, and the importance of ensuring the tools used are catered to the individual resident.  

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