The Coordinated Accessible National (CAN) Health Network announced today the launch of the Atlantic Network’s first commercialization project with Shannex, and Nova Scotia-based technology company, Tenera Care.
Tenera Care’s newest technology helps seniors live a more fulfilled and independent life. Through a commercialization project funded by CAN Health Network, Shannex will expand the implementation of Tenera Care’s real-time monitoring system technology to make it accessible to more residents at its Parkland Clayton Park community in Halifax, N.S. The Tenera Care platform supports the activities of residents, their families, and team members. The system uses automated data flow to help team members react and anticipate the needs of residents which improves quality related to safety, care and service. The outcome is that seniors are better supported to age in place longer within the organization’s continuum of services.
“We have a long history of support for innovative solutions that improve the lives of seniors. We believe in making evidence-based decisions to improve the quality of the care and service we deliver to residents which is why our partnership Tenera makes so much sense,” said Jason Shannon, President and Chief Operating Officer, Shannex. “This technology helps our team members stay closely connected and responsive to the needs of our residents while also providing useful data that supports our efforts to make strategic and operational improvements rooted in real-world experiences of our frontline team members.”
The Tenera Care platform was initially introduced in 2018 in one of our memory care neighbourhoods at Parkland Clayton Park.
Read the CAN Health Network new release here.Back