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Consider Amazon’s role in the caregiving and older adult market

It’s already been a big year for new Amazon offerings that could benefit older people.   This month’s most obvious change was the introduction of Amazon Care Hub, an Alexa app that can be used to help monitor potentially isolated older adults.  But they also have done more work on Amazon Hospitality in partnership with K4Connect (which has rolled out 10,000 Alexa devices to senior living communities).  One might well argue that Amazon has and will continue to have a major impact on the quality of life for older adults (assuming senior privacy concerns and technology barriers to adoption are overcome – more on that another time):

Routinify Begins Revenue Generation Through Successful Partnership with University of Colorado and Other Healthcare Groups

10/15/2020

DENVER, Oct. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Routinify, the technology-based, remote healthcare solutions company, announced today its first quarter of revenue generation through a series of paid trials with organizations and academic campuses throughout Colorado. These trials have helped to provide proof of concept and acceptance of the innovative technology throughout the healthcare industry.

Five Offerings from the RockHealth Aging in Place Report

Venture interest in Aging in Place – is it a turning point?  RockHealth, the "first venture fund dedicated to digital health”, has declared this year a turning point in the market of offerings for older adults (aka baby boomers, particularly those 65+).  In their September, 2020 Aging in Place report, the authors note that demographics, regulatory and policy changes (aka reimbursement via Medicare Advantage plans), and Covid-19’s boosted use of digital health combine to make this a pivotal point.  The oldest baby boomer, it should be mentioned, is 74 now, but the youngest is 56 and may have aging parents who could benefit, depending on health status, from these five offerings from that report. All text is from the websites of the vendors:

Intiva Health Announces HIPAA-Compliant Secure Messaging Service for Physicians and Care Teams

03/10/2020

AUSTIN, TEXAS – March 10, 2020 – Intiva Health unveiled Ready Doc™ Messaging, the latest addition to its Ready Doc™ credentialing platform. A desktop application is immediately available for use by care teams of any size.

Ready Doc™ Messaging is an easy-to-use messaging app for smartphones or workstations that helps organizations improve health care team communication and collaboration while maintaining HIPAA-compliance.

Reach Consensus with J2 Global’s New Interoperability Platform

03/09/2020

J2 Global, Inc. – the leader in digital cloud faxing – announced today an unparalleled opportunity for healthcare providers to move from paper faxing to a comprehensive interoperability system through an easy-to-use platform that connects healthcare organizations through the entire continuum-of-care.

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Ōmcare® unveils its Home Health Hub at HIMSS20

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