Helping Caregivers help loved one’s age in place LifeCare online portal and mobile app for helping manage the long-term care of family members. Providing patient document management, planning, and scheduling of resources, reduce caregiver stress, provide visibility and accountability with the circles of care.

The average caregiver in the U.S. and Canada is a middle-aged woman who, in addition to her demanding job, spends 20 hours a week providing unpaid care for her elderly mother. 65+ million North Americans are caregivers for loved ones, and though they are unpaid, the economic value of their care is about $500 billion per year. 60% are also juggling the demands of paid work and their own family. They are sandwiched between both and suffer from stress-related ailments.

LifeCare Portal was built to more transparently and proactively distribute the role of caregiving to a wider village – a team of loved ones who all have a shared connection with a loved one and all have share-in interest in his or her wellbeing as they age at home. Family and friends manage the long-term care and day-to-day responsibilities of loved ones in a central, secure and HIPAA-compliant platform that extends, assigns and delegates tasks, services, and need to know the medical information to caregivers.

LifeCare Portal uses appointments, tasks, reminders, family decision board, and document management everything the caregivers need to distribute their workload, provide peace of mind and reduce stress for everyone while improving communication.

The product contains several sections and user types for the management of the patient. As well as tools and tips for the onboarding of information about the patient and to get the participation of other person support, such as family members, friends, professional caregivers, doctors and other professionals.

The key goals of the solution are to improve communication and accountability of those involved in the care of the patient. Provide a central easy to access repository of data about the patient. Tools to help family/professionals/caregivers cope with critical or long-term care issues.

HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, sets the standard for protecting sensitive patient data. Any company that deals with protected health information (PHI) must ensure that all the required physical, network, and process security measures are in place and followed.