This breakout brought together 5 companies focused on ending the isolation so many experience alongside illness. These online patient communities use layers of data analytics to draw together patients with similar conditions, which in turn creates not only new friendships, but also the space to discuss and find alternative drug and treatment information.
When doctors and nurses are not available most of our health teams become refocused to our families and community. Just like practitioners, these health coordinators- parents, children, aunts & uncles, friends- need tools to help maintain the health of the patient. Monitors in the home, web platforms that collect and organize health data are enhancing the experience of the extended team and improving the health outcomes of the patient.
Join Mary Cain as she moderates this panel focused on technologies that aim to improve the lives of an aging community.
Laura Mitchell, VP of Business Development at GrandCare, demos their caregiving system. GrandCare enables aging individuals to remain safe, healthy and happy living at home. Here Laura focuses on the health care abilities of this system from medication information to assessments for health care providers or family, and more.
Asif Khan, Founder and CEO of Caremerge, demos their set of web and mobile apps created to improve communication and care at senior living communities.
Jeff Donnell, President of NoMoreClipboard, demos their online personalized electronic health record system that can be used by clinicians, patients and their support network. In this demo, Jeff focuses on their palliative care features, including advanced directives, patient location, family conferences, patient records, home and in hospital visits, and more.