Helping to care for parents as they get older can be stressful for families. Not only do they worry about the well-being of their parents, but they also struggle to coordinate with siblings, doctors, neighbors, or any other caregivers who are helping to ensure the patient is getting everything they need.
During a community event Wednesday, June 7, Services for Older Citizens will launch genusConnect, an app that allows caregivers to provide better care for loved ones.
Coordinated care for loved ones just got easier with the launch of genusConnect™, an open platform mobile application. Designed to create communities of care around every person in need, genusConnect™ offers caregivers shared access to a variety of resources in one easy-to-use dashboard.
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When you launch genusConnect™, the first feature you’ll notice is Last in Touch. It’s no accident. At genus™, we know that much of the constant worry caregivers face comes from one simple question: is mom ok?
What are the dosages of your current medications? Is there a history of heart problems in your family? It can be difficult to remember the answers to these any other questions regarding your own medical history, let alone that of another person that you care for.
Imagine the scenario: mom wakes up and gets out of bed. Triggered by the motion sensors in the room, Amazon’s Alexa chimes in, “Hi Mary. How did you sleep?” Mom lets Alexa know that she didn’t sleep well because her back was hurting, and Alexa updates the members of mom’s genusConnect™ community of care and makes a note in her medical report.
genusConnect™ is the first app of its kind to offer a care plan that’s Medicare compliant with 99490, the code for chronic care management. The adherence is significant – it means that genusConnect™ is able to provide benefits to all who use it, including physicians, patients and their families.
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Near or far, caregivers want to know what they can do to care for the one they love. For those in other cities, states and countries, caring from a distance can pose more questions than answers – how is dad doing? What are his vital signs? How did his doctor’s visit go?
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Founded in 2015, genusConnect™ is an open platform mobile application aiming to build a community of care around every person in need. The application’s dashboard offers peace of mind at a quick glance, detailing the person in need’s personal interactions, conditions, current medications, appointments and more.