How will the future of facility management impact aged care?
Facility management is a fast changing profession, and is in a constant state of change. For those working in aged care facility management, you might be wondering how the future of the industry will impact your place of work. Below are just a few of the impacts and changes we’re seeing in the industry.
Greater insights from data
The more data you have, the more information you can gain. As data interpretation becomes a more and more heavily practised element of aged care facility management, the amount of insights will continue to grow. As an industry as a whole, facility management is becoming more reliant on data for insight and planning, and this will trickle down to aged care facility management too.
Further technological integration
As facility management becomes further intertwined with technological integration, we will start to see the impact of this on aged care facilities too. As a younger generation continues to age, we will start to see a more technologically savvy resident begin to move into these facilities, meaning there will be more room for the implementation of digital amenity bookings, mass communication and more.
Continued emphasis on sanitation
As we’ve seen over the last couple of years, the pandemic has put a large emphasis on sanitation and cleanliness. For those in aged care facility management, this trend will show no signs of slowing down. As the residents of your building are some of the most susceptible to getting sick, smaller procedures such as wearing a mask will stay in place. While even at a budgeting level, figures will continue to be arranged to make way for better assets to help keep the facility clean. Of course, there are number of things you can do to help increase your residents wellbeing, and this is just the start.
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