Using Technology to Untangle Care Coordination

New York
Feb. 21, 2019, 6 p.m.

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When caring for a loved one, determining the right course of action is always challenging. On top of that, there's little relief once a decision is made as managing and coordinating care is incredibly complex, time-consuming, and endlessly frustrating. Hear how 3 startups are using technology to change the game, working to give back caregivers time and peace of mind, and the challenges that remain:


  • Revercare recognizes how caring for elderly loved ones stretches families thin due to competing responsibilities of parenting, managing logistics, and working. There is no shortage of products, services, and programs aimed at helping family caregivers, but that's part of the problem. It's overwhelming! Revercare helps you navigate all the offerings and select the one that meets your needs and budget.


  • Orah is the premier quality care assurance platform that brings unprecedented transparency to Home Care. They're revolutionizing the industry by ensuring Care Plans are executed as prescribed with their proprietary media process. Once executed, the media is translated into macro/micro performance trends empowering home care agencies to intervene and be proactive, not reactive. The platform further innovates by providing peace of mind for families with the Family App enabling them to see their loved one’s care unlike ever before. It also successfully generates hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional revenue for each agency in this very saturated, tight margin market. For hospitals and payors, the platform naturally tackles re-admission rates by ensuring incentivized post-acute quality care while building trust and communication channels with their clients and aides.


  • Aloe Care's platform combines voice-powered emergency response, AI-driven care management, and care planning, communication and coordination tools to make life easier for both professional caregivers and families caring for loved ones.


We're excited to announce that this event will be sponsored by The Wylde! Come hear our very own Crispin Baynes talk about the latest concept in independent living.

The Wylde is a new urban living concept and community for older active adults with ties to the arts and a global network of design-led properties. Each house offers a blend of private residences and a mixed-use work/play club with appropriately curated content, concierge and healthcare. Members can travel freely between the houses in a timeshare format. The Wylde promises effortlessness, opportunity, exemplary style and respect.


Our host, the Center for Social Innovation, is a coworking space, community, and launchpad for people who are changing the world. It's a thriving community of social entrepreneurs, nonprofits, creatives and innovators working across sectors, in farming to finance and everything in between. From workshops to socials, they work hard and make sure to have fun while doing it. If your social mission project is looking for a home, then look no further.

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When

Feb. 21, 2019
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Where

Center for Social Innovation
601 West 26th St, Suite #325 New York, 10001

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