The healthcare and aging services are in chaos. Waiting lists, insurance denials, lack of funding emphasize that today's needs vastly outweigh the resources.
Families and professionals alike are lost trying to navigate the maze of options and obligations.
Simply put, demand for high quality care suffers from a fragmented data system that produces gaps and delays that waste resources, harm seniors and inflict financial penalties on the treatment team.
REUNIONCare Provider Portal data services anchors information to the patient regardless of setting for maximum portability and connectivity. REUNIONCare is a subscription-based online platform for family members, caregivers, and professional health care providers to collaboratively create and manage a patient-centered care plan. Get engaged and stay informed, with the peace of mind that you are participating in their care - quickly and easily, from anywhere in the world. Join us at REUNIONCare today.
Circle of Care
The mission of REUNIONCare is to support the need to remain connected and active with loved ones receiving care today, while connecting our busy daily lives seamlessly and cost effectively.
We provide care solutions to consumers, families and health professionals that reduce the friction and hassles found in our current health system and improve the experience of caring for our loved ones.
Created by caregivers, like you, who juggle their daily schedules while caring for elderly parents.
Meet our team of committed professionals, each with a passion for caregiving, who believe the REUNIONCare platform can transform how we deliver care for our aging population.
REUNIONCare was selected by AARP as the Caregiver Accelerator administrator after conducting a highly successful in its early 2016 pilot.
The Caregiver Accelerator’s mission is to seek out and nurture innovative companies in the caregiving space. An AARP Caregiving Innovation Frontier report identifies six critical areas of economic opportunity for startups including: daily activities essential, health and safety awareness, care coordination, transitions support, social well being, and caregiver quality of life. The January 2016 report estimates that 117 million Americans will need some level of service by 2020, which represents a predicted $72 billion industry, most of which comes directly from the caregiver/consumer’s pocket.