Smart software rolled out to Hardi Aged Care facilities
Hardi Aged Care will implement a smart software solution at six of its residential aged care facilities, following a binding reseller agreement between InteliCare and JNC Technologies Group.
The software, habitat+, assists with incident prevention by non-invasively tracking things such as activity levels, behavioural patterns, health metrics and falls.
InteliCare, which specialises in AI-driven solutions for the aged, disability and healthcare sectors, has signed a binding reseller agreement with JNC Technologies Group that includes the company’s largest ever deployment of its proprietary platform.
The agreement between the two companies provides the commercial terms on which JNC will offer the habitat+ platform as ‘Habitat+ powered by InteliCare’ to its clients. It is for an initial term of three years, with 12-month extensions for the deployment of InteliCare.
Hardi, an established aged care provider with facilities across Sydney, currently cares for approximately 600 residents. It has agreed to implement Habitat+ powered by InteliCare into each of its six residential aged care facilities as part of its commitment to continually improve the care provided to residents under its services. This deployment will begin in early 2024 and be a phased rollout over an anticipated six-month period.
“We are looking forward to the improvements in the prioritisation and predictive care management we are anticipating with our investment from this agreement. With this deployment being the first of its kind across the Australian aged care sector, we are excited for what we can achieve both now and in the future through greater effective care management better enabled via new technology,” said Jo Dalton, Hardi Aged Care GM.
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