WellAWARE Systems announced a new partnership with Blue Highway to research and find innovative ways to improve quality of care and safety for seniors.
“Blue Highway is committed to delivering innovative intellectual capital by collaborating with academic researchers and industry experts with the focus on the future of healthcare – early detection, diagnosis and prevention of adverse health conditions,” said Albert Di Rienzo, President and CEO of Blue Highway.
“With WellAWARE Systems’ innovative technology, including the unique ability to monitor sleep quality and a deep operational experience in the senior living sector, they are an ideal partner to work with to improve the quality of care and safety for our senior population. Anything we can do to help identify ways to enhance clinical outcomes through comprehensive clinical support will raise the standard of care in the U.S.”
Through the partnership, Blue Highway and WellAWARE will bring together some of the leading industry and academic experts in both senior living and health care technologies to research and test breakthrough technologies that can improve clinical efficacy, quality of care, and patient safety which will help define the future of aging services in the U.S.
WellAWARE’s monitoring solution is used to analyze resident senior activity trends and physiological information, allowing proactive notification to caregivers of potential, emergent health conditions in an effort to help improve health related outcomes via early intervention.
“Partnering with a premier research and development company such as Blue Highway will only further the movement that is underfoot to raise the bar on the current standard of care provided to seniors,” said Jeff Noce, CEO of WellAWARE Systems. “Al and his team at Blue Highway fit the description too. We are honored to partner with them to find additional ways for those in need to receive pro-active and preventative care which allows them to remain more independent, whether in a personal residence or a senior living facility, even longer.”