Home / Technology / CarePredict Unveils Next Generation AI-Powered Elder Care Technology Platform

CarePredict Unveils Next Generation AI-Powered Elder Care Technology Platform

“By measuring the activities of daily living (ADLs) of assisted living and memory care residents, the staff and management team of senior living communities will be able to identify valuable healthcare insights and be more proactive in delivering superior care and raise resident satisfaction and drive revenues along with increased average length of stays,” said Satish Movva, CEO and founder of CarePredict.

CarePredict is one of the first companies using artificial intelligence (AI) to help provide seniors with the care they need and deserve. With headquarters in Fort Lauderdale and a growing office in Silicon Valley, the company has developed and patented the premier artificial intelligence (AI)-powered elder care technology platform to continuously observe, learn, and trigger just-in-time high-quality care for seniors.

The CarePredict solution combines a Tempo™ wearable sensor with sophisticated machine-learning algorithms and smart location technology to measure activity and behavioral patterns of residentsenabling senior living care staff to intervene before health emergencies occur.

CarePredict’s products currently are being used by senior living communities to provide high-quality care, and to predict when residents are at risk for falls, urinary tract infections (UTIs), or are depressed. CarePredict has deployed its products in assisted living and memory care communities in the U.S. and Canada, and soon will be launching in Japan, China, Argentina and Brazil.

“Never have I seen such a comprehensive solutionAI-driven health and wellness insights, real time location tracking, electronic lock access, wander management, staff productivity insightsand they are just getting started!” said Schon Alkire of LifeWell Senior Living, an early customer of CarePredict.

CarePredict is a venture-backed AI-driven digital health company with locations in Fort Lauderdale and Palo Alto, CA. The company develops proprietary connected remote sensing technologies that allow caregivers to continuously observe, learn, and trigger just-in-time care for seniors in group living, home care, and aging-at-home settings.

Powered by deep-machine learning, actionable wellness insights are served up on user-friendly multi-lingual dashboards to provide preventative, person-centered senior care. CarePredict products commonly are used for automated ADL assessment, prediction and prevention of senior falls, and for early detection of UTIs and depression. Products are deployed in the U.S. and Canada, and soon will be available in Japan, China, Argentina and Brazil.