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In 2016, has the Future of Home Care Technology been achieved?

Imagine the coordinated care scenario that includes…home care.  In July of 2012, The Future of Home Care Technology was published, based on interviews with 21 industry executives and a survey of 315 home care managers (including non-medical care, home health care, geriatric care managers, organizations and franchises) who represented 34,509 workers across multiple states. And as market research reports tend to do, this one tries to predict the future use of technology.  It s worth a look back, both to re-read a much-downloaded report and place it in 2016 context of actions, announcements, and industry change.

Nortek Security & Control Launches the Numera Home Safety Hub

03/31/2016
 Carlsbad, CA- March 31, 2016- Nortek Security & Control LLC, a Nortek Company (NASDAQ: NTK) and a leader in the security, smart home and wellness technology markets, introduces the Numera® Home Safety Hub, a next-generation PERS system. The hub combines information from sensing devices such as CO and smoke detectors, and glass-break, motion and window/door sensors with alerts from wireless personal emergency sensors in a single PERS console for seniors or others needing support while living alone.
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Care Innovations Reports Record Growth in 2015

03/09/2016

Company Positioned to Capitalize on Growing Remote Patient Management Market


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How new technology reduces the cost of long-term care

01/05/2016

SAN DIEGO, CA, January 5, 2016 — Independa, a San Diego based software company

dedicated to providing person-centric independent living solutions that support independence as

we age, has released a premium white paper titled “Caregiving at the Crossroads | A proven

case for change: Using technology to reduce the cost of long term care” exploring the

challenges agencies and caregivers face as Baby Boomers age.

Need for integrated, cost-effective care

“Caring for our aging loved ones is incredibly costly and time-consuming, both on a personal

Care Innovations® Health Harmony will be Used in Care of Multiple Conditions, Different Levels of Health

12/16/2015

ROSEVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Intel-GE Care Innovations™, pioneer in connecting the care continuum to the home, today announced it has signed a multi-year partnership deal with Amedisys, a leading home health and hospice company, to extend remote care management (RCM) services across the company’s national footprint of 34 states. At the foundation of the deal is Care Innovations® Health Harmony, the company’s 4th generation remote care management platform.

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Care@HomeTM recognized for excellence in IoT-enabled technology

12/14/2015
Tel Aviv – December 14, 2015 – Essence, a leading provider of IoT, cloud-based connected living solutions, won the Most Innovative Device Solution award for its groundbreaking Care@HomeTM from Total Telecom at its Second Annual Internet of Things Awards (IOTA), the first industry award to recognize companies for excellence in IoT-enabling t
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Aging in place tech firm Lively is out of business – what can we learn?

Lively’s failure is making other market entrants nervous – so let’s consider.  This past week, the remaining assets (no people) of the Silicon Valley firm Lively (mylively.com) were acquired. So let’s take a few moments and reflect on what might have happened. What can startups and current players learn from this? Actually, not too much -- Lively was not typical of the industry it entered. It was founded in late 2012, launching in the spring of 2013 and sank quickly, going out of business just last week.

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