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Caregiver Support Improves Outcomes

eFamilyCare helps avoid unnecessary admissions to hospitals and nursing homes by virtual coaching of family caregivers about caring for their chronically ill loved ones. 

Helping Family Caregivers Help Their Loved Ones.

Did you know? Supporting Family Caregivers decreases hospitalizations by 51%
(Source: National Bureau of Economic Research 2016)
eFamilyCare experienced social workers or nurses coach family caregivers to improve the health of chronically ill loved ones using the 4M framework for care, which drives down healthcare cost by:
  • Helping to understand and act on what Matters
  • Helping to manage Medications
  • Helping to improve Mobility
  • Helping to manage changes in Mentation

(Source: Fulmer T, Mate KS, Berman A. The Age-Friendly Health System imperative. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2018)

(Source: Rackow E, Fine C, Ackerman G, Sosnow L. Virtual Advising of Family Caregivers. American Academy of Home Care Medicine. 2019)
We help Payers and Providers through digital innovation and patient engagement.
Our powerful digital platform can be White Labeled with your healthcare company’s branding. This creates a seamless experience to help the family caregiver care for your patient.
Your patient’s family is connected with a dedicated care adviser and can access our digital mobile and online platform for information and support at their convenience.
Care Evaluation
Secure Communication
Virtual Video Visits
Family Caregiver Advising
Help at your Fingertips
Knowledge and Resources
eFamilyCare provides family caregivers ongoing support with a personal Care Adviser who is a licensed social worker or nurse.
Not only can your organization white label our platform, but you can also white label our Care Advisers.
Our account managers will work with your team to build your brand’s best practices into our care adviser’s routine. This provides your organization with a care advising platform and service for family caregivers, who typically make care decisions for their chronically ill loved ones.
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