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We work with plans and providers to create a system of aging for older adults and caregivers to improve quality, retention, and cost of care by improving the lives of your members.Contact Us
What we help with
We curate a network of partners that provide the following based off your benefits and local resources.
Arranging rides to the doctor, into town… wherever
Groceries & meals
Scheduling grocery deliveries or connecting older adults to free or affordable meals
Finding doctors, filling prescriptions, securing savings, and more
Coordinating home repairs or looking for someplace new
Discovering classes and social groups older adults are interested in
Getting coverage with Medicaid and Medicare, plus accessing medication discounts
HOw it's going
We impact your highest priority metrics for quality and patient experience. Here’s what you can expect.
Last 30 days, lifetime 88+
Over 6 months
Of all requests
Annual wellness visits, screenings, and medication adherence
Based on improved member
Admissions & readmissions
ER & IP admissions;
30-day, all-cause readmissions
HOW IT WORKS
We work with our partners to identify older adults or caregivers who are in need. Then, we enroll them through direct marketing and referrals.
We build a comprehensive to-do list based on our partners’ data and the needs that older adults and caregivers identify.
We coordinate to-do’s and ensure that the needs of older adults are met through local community resources and the benefits our partners provide.
WHY WE DO IT
These stats have one thing in common. We call it social determinants of aging (SDoA): Older adults either don’t have the support they need to get older at home, or they pay astronomically expensive prices to get it.
We address SDoA head-on. By combining technology with a human touch, we help older adults with their most common problems, plus the unique things they need help with.
9 in 10 Boomers want to stay at home as they get older1
15 million people ages 65+ live alone2
51% of older adults have at least one unmet social need3
9 in 10 Boomers want to stay at home as they get older4
70% of unpaid caregivers report mental health issues4
A nursing home costs $105,850/year on average5