eCaring

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September 11, 2014
Insurer Healthfirst is the latest entity to try to harness data from patients’ homes to curb hospitalizations.

Crain’s Health Pulse: Robert Herzog, an entrepreneur with a liberal arts education, created eCaring when he found himself managing his own mother’s care in the last few years of her life. The home health care management and monitoring system is increasingly popular with home-health agencies and family caretakers, he says. Earlier this year, the Manhattan company secured $3.5 million in Series A funding in an investment round led by Ascent Biomedical Ventures. Show more

August 27, 2014
Healthfirst hopes to curb hospital readmission with real-time home data

MedCity News: With all the talk of big data and real-time and predictive analytics in healthcare, it’s a nice respite to hear such efforts being applied in the nonprofit setting.

Have a Heart, a nonprofit that provides services to physically and developmentally disabled children and adults, will use a cloud-based platform developed by eCaring, with the primary goal of maintaining the best possible independence for such individuals. Show more

June 25, 2014
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Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare: In this age of dueling pressures—to reduce healthcare costs and improve quality of care—a critical question remains: how can Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) deliver on the promise of providing high-value, high-quality care? Show more

June 19, 2014
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PRWeb: eCaring, a New York-based health care company that provides a unique cloud-based home care management and monitoring system, announced today that its CEO and founder Robert M. Herzog, who was also named a “visionary,” accepted the prestigious Corporate Leadership Award from The New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM) at its 20th Annual Gala, Healthy Cities Healthy World event, held yesterday at The Hotel Pierre in New York. Show more

June 11, 2014
Healthfirst hopes to curb hospital readmission with real-time home data

MedCity News: Navigating our health system is challenging enough for native speakers but what about for those for whom English isn’t their first language? It’s an issue not only for patients and their families, but also for people who serve in critical roles such as care givers and other medical support staff. Show more

June 11, 2014
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NYAM’s 20th Annual Gala will honor companies and organizations that use technology to improve health, particularly among older adults. NYAM will present eCaring with the Corporate Leadership award for its creation and use of technology in service of elder health. Use of eCaring’s digital home care management system has reduced hospital and ER visits and readmissions in programs with several major health care providers in the New York region.
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May 2, 2014
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Alley Watch: We have an aging population. Enabling more seniors to stay in their homes rather than move to a nursing home is one of the major trends in healthcare, and that’s eCaring’s focus.  With their unique cloud-based home care management and monitoring system, for the first time, home aides, caregivers and patients themselves, can input and share extensive amounts of information in real time, regardless of their computer skills or English proficiency, thanks to eCaring’s unique icon-based language. Show more

April 16, 2014
Healthfirst hopes to curb hospital readmission with real-time home data

MedCity News: The push to enable more seniors to stay in their homes rather than move to a nursing home is one of the major trends in healthcare. eCaring is one of several health IT companies focused on the greying market. Show more

April 16, 2014
Reuters PE Hub

Reuters PE Hub: eCaring, a New York-based health care company that provides a unique cloud-based home care management and monitoring system, announced that it recently secured $3.5 million in Series A funding. Show more

April 14, 2014
mHealth News

mHealthNews: Care coordination platform providers take wellness applications to the next level of patient engagement by integrating what the patient does with what caregivers need to know. In the process, the platform creates a unique kind of symbiosis where each member of the healthcare circle is able to adapt and react to the requirements of the other. Show more

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