The Cost of Aging in America

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    January 21, 2015
Cost of Aging The Cost of Aging in America

The number of people aged 65 and older has increased dramatically in the last century. By 2050, in fact, this group is expected to make up more than 20 percent of the total U.S. population, up from just 4 percent in 1900. What’s more, the total number of people aged 85 and older — those […]

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Robert M. Herzog, CEO of eCaring

Robert M. Herzog CEO of eCaring Interviewed on Health Tech Talk Live Hosted by Ben Chodor   Robert M. Herzog discusses the company’s unique cloud-based system which integrates significant behavioral, clinical and medication adherence data to manage and monitor seniors and people with chronic conditions. The system has been proven to reduce emergency room and […]

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Real-time Health Monitoring Will Revolutionize Patient Home Care in 2015

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    January 5, 2015
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Founder and CEO, Robert Herzog of eCaring describes how tailoring programs for special patient populations will improve patient home care while reducing risks of hospital readmissions. Real-time health monitoring including the patient’s home continues to gain importance as pressures come from a variety of sources to reduce risks and costs of readmissions and hospitalizations. The Centers […]

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Taking Care of the Most Vulnerable

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    October 3, 2014

When you have a chance, please take a moment to read this tender New York Times story, “Fighting to Honor a Father’s Last Wish: To Die at Home,” by reporter Nina Bernstein, about a man named Joseph Andrey and his desire to end his days with dignity in his own home. The article, as well […]

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Breaking Language Barriers in Healthcare using Digital Technology

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    June 23, 2014
Breaking Language Barriers #2

The non-English speaking patient population in the U.S. accounts for an estimated 30 million people. Navigating our health system is challenging enough for native speakers but what about for those for whom English isn’t their first language? Language barriers have been demonstrated to lead to a number of adverse health outcomes including: Decreased patient satisfaction […]

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