Population Health: Jewish Home Lifecare (JHL) and eCaring developed an innovative partnership, capturing real-time information about a patient’s care, activities and clinical data derived from home care.
Jewish Home Lifecare and managed long term care organization trial have a monthly average savings of $300 per patient with a 4x ROI, and with more than 500 data points per member per month through improved care coordination.Show more
eCaring partnered with Morningside House Long Term Health Care to determine whether the eCaring software and services system could provide a meaningful reduction in expensive services, such as preventable hospitalizations, emergency room, doctor and nurse visits, for high-risk and dual eligible geriatric patients, without sacrificing quality of care.Show more
To investigate how frail, elderly and “dual eligible” populations living independently might be impacted by real-time health care technology, Pace University teamed up with eCaring to win a PILOT Health Tech NYC grant, a program designed to dramatically increase innovation and collaboration within New York City’s health technology sector.Show more
Beth Israel Medical Center reduces readmission rate due to congestive heart failure (CHF) by 60% by using eCaring. Beth Israel staff was able to use eCaring’s alert system to identify problems in real time, which enabled them to intervene to prevent many of these problems from escalating to the point where they required readmission.Show more
PRWeb: eCaring, a leading health care quality company, announced today that it has entered into a contract to provide its unique Web-based home health care management and monitoring system to Elderplan, Inc., one of New York City’s largest not-for-profit health plans. Elderplan, an affiliated agency of MJHS, will deploy the eCaring system to help enhance the care of its Medicare, Medicaid and Dual-Eligible members. Show more
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
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
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
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