Healthcare Data And Outcomes For Older People

Course Information




There is clear evidence that interaction with the environment improves the health status of elderly people in care. The interactions could be based on different non-invasive interventions that aim at stimulating memory and increase mobility through social interactions. Different modes of non-clinical intervention have been proposed and used by different carers. This course is new innovative and lead by an AI specialist. It is interactive and discussions are encouraged.


Aims and Objectives

  • To help healthcare professionals understand the importance of data in healthcare
  • To improve outcomes in treatment pathways
  • To understand the role of therapy


Course Contents

  • Interventions
  • Therapy and outcomes
  • Music therapy
  • Touch & massage
  • Art therapy
  • Exercise
  • Food
  • Costs and outcomes
  • Integrated care solutions
  • Smart Data
  • Digital technology and health outcomes in older people
  • Is data accurate
  • Pathways and strategies
  • Data Collection
  • Data Analysis
  • Baselines
  • Measuring- what to do
  • Data exception
  • Data validation
  • Data storage and governance
  • Data transfer
  • Continuous training for carers



  • Health care staff
  • Care home managers
  • Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Nursing home / Residential home staff
  • Healthcare Assistants (Primary Care/community or Residential care/Nursing home)
  • Domiciliary care staff

AB Health Group