Finding caregivers for an older relative is no easy task, and it’s even harder for families to monitor how well that essential care is given.

Scott Zielski, of Eau Claire, learned that quickly when his father moved back and forth among hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and home care. “I saw disconnected systems and loads of paperwork,” Zielski says. “It was hard to determine the exact kind of care my dad received unless I was right there. As my father moved from skilled nursing to his home, I realized there were enormous technology gaps” in the recordkeeping system.

Across the U.S., 10,000 people turn 65 every day, according to the U.S. Census Bureau—and with that aging population comes a pressing need to add technology to care systems for older adults.

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