Adaptive Healthcare, the first Southern California-based investment fund focusing on opportunities driven by healthcare transformation, has announced the first portfolio investment of its LaunchPad Fund in LifeAssist Technologies.
“We are excited to make this investment in LifeAssist,” commented Adaptive Healthcare’s Fund Manager, Larry Gill. “LifeAssist represents a breakthrough solution for care transitions and coordination, by offering unprecedented efficiency in enabling complex layers of information to be shared and distributed. We believe it represents key ‘connective tissue’ that is missing from the healthcare landscape.“ Read full press release here.
McKnight's Covers LifeAssist's Launch of Circura
LifeAssist has developed a “white label partnership program” that is meant to connect residents with their care providers.
The company's SaaS care management platform, Circura, and its companion in-home device, Rosie, are new caregiving solutions. Users can access Circura, which was launched this year, via a smart device and help with messaging, reporting, alerts, calendar, notes and activities tracking. Read full article here
LifeAssist Launches Enterprise Care Management Platform & Partnership with Dynamic Nursing
“Choosing LifeAssist was a no brainer. We had been looking for 3 years for a HIPAA compliant daily care and collaboration solution. Circura’s features such as messaging, reporting, alerts, calendar, notes and activities tracking are tremendous assets. Plus, the white label option helps increase Dynamic’s brand reach. We are thrilled at the opportunity to improve communication between our caregivers, families and the patients” states Ron Pardo, Executive Vice-President at Dynamic Nursing
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Most individuals want to hold on to every penny earned, so at tax time, we look for ways to deduct expenses, especially the high-cost medical bills. But Uncle Sam’s tax code is extremely complicated and difficult to understand, so you need guidance. Full article here.
The sharing economy is in its infancy, and the series of services offered by start-ups that enable peer to peer exchange using technology may alter how we help the aging populations. Full article here.
Consider the following answers from aging experts to the question, “Given an unlimited budget and the best tech team on the planet, what technology would you build to transform the senior care industry?” Read full article.