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The assessment by a specialist in Geriatrics, allows establishing a "baseline situation" of the adult over 60 years, improves diagnostic accuracy, optimizes treatment, and monitors:

  • Prevalent Chronic Diseases.

  • Acute Diseases.

  • High Cost Diseases.

  • Affect Disorders (anxiety and depression).

  • Oncological Pathologies (Palliative Care).

  • Physical and cognitive rehabilitation plans.

  • Geriatric Syndromes.

  • Nutritional condition.

  • Pain management.

  • Management of Pressure Ulcers.

  • Risk of falls.

  • Functional Capacity.

  • Dementias and cognitive disorders.

  • Social environment.


With scientific evidence, Geriatrics improves the quality of life of patients, improves care provided by providers, and saves resources for the insurer:


  • Avoid unnecessary tests.

  • Avoid inappropriate prescription of medications.

  • Avoid therapeutic fury and helpful interventions.

  • The number of new hospitalizations and hospital readmissions decreases

  • Reduces mortality.

  • Improves functional capacity and cognitive performance.

  • Facilitates decision making in emergency situations.

  • The number of consultations decreases (neurology, psychiatry, internal medicine and its subspecialties, palliative care, physiatry, family medicine, social work, nutrition).

  • Promotes early decision making and limitation of therapeutic effort.

  • Institutionalization in geriatric homes decreases.

  • The demand for caregivers (nursing assistants) decreases.


Through the principle of humanism, the capabilities of CANUS human talent allow:


  • Maintain direct communication with the elderly and their families, generating a better perception of health care.


CANUS has its own Information System, this allows:


  • Evaluate and analyze specific interventions.

  • Timely delivery of reports to the patient and their family.

  • It allows updated information and permanent audit by the insurer.

  • Database management and analysis



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