Can digitalization save care?

In this episode, we take a deep dive into the world of digital innovations in care. Our guest, Benedikt Preuß from the University of Bremen, coordinates the "TCALL" project, which is dedicated to improving long-term care in Germany. Find out first-hand whether digital technologies can help to sustainably improve the quality of care.
Topics of this episode:

- Challenges and opportunities of digitalization in care: why are digital innovations so important for the future of care? Benedikt Preuß explains the current problems and how digital solutions can help.
- The "TCALL" project: Find out more about the goals and visions of the project, which bridges the gap between science and practice to develop and implement innovative care solutions.
- Concrete digital solutions: From voice-controlled documentation systems to smart mattresses and cleaning robots - discover the technologies that can already revolutionize care today.
- The vision of a digital transformation in care facilities: What could the care of the future look like? What steps are necessary to introduce digital innovations across the board and what role does the training and further education of care staff play in this?

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