Care Technology Systems News

Jonathan Barnes Introduces Dr. Majd Alwan at LeadingAge Tennessee Annual Conference

Posted by | May 7

May 6, 2014 Nashville, Tennessee Jonathan Barnes, VP of Sales, had the privilege of introducing the afternoon speaker for LeadingAge Tennessee’s annual conference.  Majd Alwan, Ph.D., a noted researcher and authority on aging-services technologies, is LeadingAge’s senior vice president of technology, and executive director of the LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST). Dr. Alwan’s presentation highlighted the […]

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Caremerge Announces New Partnership With Care Technology Systems to Help Improve Senior Care

Posted by | April 2

Chicago, IL, April 2nd, 2014 – Caremerge LLC, a revolutionary communication and care coordination platform for senior care industry, announced today a new partnership with Care Technology Systems, a Nashville-based company that uses monitoring technology integrated into a senior’s daily life through passive sensors. The sensors are placed throughout a senior’s home to gauge normal […]

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Post-Holiday Decision-Making Time

Posted by | January 22

After spending the holidays with their families, many adults come face-to-face with the reality that their aging parents may need some help. If you’ve just visited your parents and noticed worrisome signs of possible decline, you know how sobering it is to realize that they’re not in the same condition you remember.  If you’re a […]

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Falling Forward: Technology Moves from Fall Detection to Fall Prevention

Posted by | November 14

One out of every three seniors will fall this year. And with the graying of the U.S. population—35 million people over age 65, with 10,000 more joining the group each day—that’s a significant number of falls. To compound the problem, most seniors will do nothing about a fall because they either don’t know what to do […]

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Care Technology Systems Names Chief Operating Officer

Posted by | October 7

Healthcare entrepreneur Bobby Wamble has been named Chief Operating Officer of Care Technology Systems, Inc., a Tennessee-based healthcare company that provides data analytics and remote monitoring to help caregivers improve the safety of aging seniors in their residences. Wamble was most recently vice president of specialty pharmacy field operations for BriovaRx, a billion-dollar specialty pharmacy […]

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Care Technology Systems Announces Active CarePendant™

Posted by | September 25

Care Technology Systems, Inc., a company that provides data analytics and remote monitoring to improve the safety of seniors in their residences while empowering their caregivers, today announced the launch of a key new component in its next generation fall detection system.    The new Active CarePendant™ will enable caregivers to respond more quickly to a senior […]

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Care Technology Systems Featured in The Tennessean

Posted by | July 25

Care Technology Systems was featured prominently in an article in The Tennessean newspaper this week. The article focused on new technologies being applied to the current and future challenges of seniors ‘aging in place’. Systems like this are becoming more common as more seniors opt for living at home — specialists call it “aging in […]

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The Unmotivated Senior

Posted by | June 19

People with aging parents probably don’t need too much convincing that their parents might one day benefit from long term care. They want the best for their parents, after all. But convincing Mom and Dad that its time to make a change in living arrangements may be a challenge.  And that’s where aging-in-place may be […]

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Care Technology Systems in the Nashville Business Review

Posted by | April 10

There’s a nice article about Care Technology Systems in the Nashville Business Review: Care Technology Systems Sees Opportunity in Baby Boomers, Data The 30-day hospital readmission penalty that went into effect for certain measures Oct. 1 has proven to be an opportunity for local entrepreneurs looking to help providers keep readmissions low. But for Care […]

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Caring for the Caregiver

Posted by | March 15

It can be exhausting to be a member of the “sandwich generation,”— caring for an elderly parent with healthcare issues while also parenting children who still live at home. But it may also be hazardous to your career. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving, this delicate balancing  act can lead to increased absenteeism and […]

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