Funded by a variety of forward-thinking investors, these eight “care”-driven startups gear products and services toward Seniors and their Caregivers:
Care.com connects families with companions and caregivers to provide medical and non-medical assistance. Services include errands, transportation, bathing, exercise, and 24-hour coverage for Dementia and Alzheimer’s patients.
CarePort Health collects and analyzes data from 100s of post-acute care organizations to identify providers that match a patient’s unique clinical needs and preferences. Higher rated providers, such as those with low readmission rates, are identified.
CareLinx is a professional caregiver marketplace, empowering families to easily find, hire, manage and pay licensed caregivers online. The platform has over 100k caregivers to match specific needs and budgets.
Caremerge creates a care coordination network that keeps care teams, families, and patients informed and connected through a HIPAA compliant, easy-to-use mobile and web-optimized interface.
CarePredict is a remote monitoring system that helps families keep track of loved ones and detect any changes in their routine that could signal a decline in their health. The wearable comes as a bracelet or watch band and alerts families with a text message.
CareSolver is on a mission to improve the health and happiness of seniors and their family caregivers by providing action-oriented content, tools, and resources that help caregivers provide better care with less burden.
eCareDiary licenses online care coordination tools and content to help clients serve the growing population of family caregivers caring for an aging parent or loved one diagnosed with long term illness.
eCaring provides a cloud-based care coordination system that generates comprehensive real-time clinical, behavioral and medication adherence data from a patient’s home.