The future of non-medical home care may soon be taking a turn towards preventative care instead of intervention. Baby boomers are being more proactive about their care than previous generations. They want to monitor their health status on a daily basis, not just during check-ups, and they want someone to help them do it along the way.
Telemonitoring technology could help non-medical home care companies offer more services to clients with limited hours. With non-invasive sensors tracking anything from weight to oxygen saturation within minutes, high tech monitoring services could be customized for a variety of clients. These cutting-edge services add immense value and peace of mind, allowing your company to charge more for caregiving services and still remain highly competitive.