Language technology automates processes and relieve the nurses study: intelligent networking of soft – and hardware should inpatient geriatric care improve Nuremberg, March 26, 2009, according to calculations of the Federal Statistical Office by 2050 as many people will be over 60 years old reborn. The age group of the over 60 years therefore grows by almost 40 percent. In particular, the share of over 75 will grow. Accordingly increases the need for nursing care and assistance especially in in-patient geriatric care. The use of innovative technology is therefore as one of the key elements to meet the changing health conditions and to ensure a high-quality and low-cost supply of older people. For this reason initiated\”the Federal Ministry for family, senior citizens, women and youth the model range of the intelligent home optimization, short distances, reduce red tape. At the Nuremberg trade fair elderly + ProPflege the final report with a focus on nursing documentation now \”presented.
It involves the use of innovative technology in the nursing home In the Munch box\”of workers Samaritans Association (ASB) in Mainz. An intelligent networking of hard – and software care processes should be optimized. This includes the Grandpa’s social software and advanced speech recognition technologies. The technical basis of the solution developed in this pilot project, which provides a structured and at the same time individual documentation of care by means of telephone and voice, is a modular, integrated information and communications platform from Aastra DeTeWe. Includes a communication server, as well as the latest versions of the communication solutions for inpatient care and assisted living: Aastra voice portal for speech recognition and the Grandpa’s social software solution for the inpatient care. The documentation using speech recognition takes place frequently in the residents rooms or near the residents rooms directly connecting to the maintenance performance. Using speech recognition much more documents directly and promptly following the maintenance performance.