Silver Chain to expand holographic technology to shared care trial

WA-based aged and in-home care provider Silver Chain has teamed up with the two Perth primary health networks to develop a new model of care for older people living at home, supported by the enhanced medical mixed reality (EMMR) technology Silver Chain is developing that is delivered through Microsoft's HoloLens device.

The Integrum Aged Care+ trial has received $948,400 from the Perth North and Perth South PHNs' innovation fund and is aimed at reducing hospital admissions and keeping older people at home for longer.

Posted in Aged Care

Tags: Silver Chain, HoloLens

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