Our CEO’s Caregiving Journey

Everything good in me came from my mother. She almost died giving birth to me. After surviving that, my brother and sister and all our childhood shenanigans, her life was filled with health episodes. You can see her journey below. Her cancers (bowel, liver, lung, breast) permeated her life. Her bipolar disorder fueled her success, […]

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Turn Your Care Plans Into Action

Doctors are required to provide care managers, patients, and family caregivers with information (e.g., care instructions) to help them reach their optimal level of health following an appointment or inpatient stay at a hospital. However, these instructions are often discussed when patients and family are not receptive to listening or able to comprehend detailed information on how to provide […]

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The Healthcare Industry is in its Terrible Two’s in Consumerism

By David S. Williams, Co-Founder & CEO, Care3. This article appeared originally on Medium.com. My siblings and I cared for our mom for the last decade of her life. She had serious health challenges — multiple forms of cancer, bipolar disorder, chronic heart failure, and COPD (and she still smoked). We went to the emergency room too […]

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Care3 Presents at AARP Innovation@50+ LivePitch!

It was an honor to be selected to present at the AARP Innovation@50+ LivePitch in Sunnyvale this past Wednesday. Actually performing the one-minute pitch was absolutely amazing! Standing in front of hundreds of AARP members and getting to present Care3 to them in the exhibit area provided unmatched feedback from people who would use Care3 […]

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Caring For and About Others

You’ve said it more times than you can count in your life, “I don’t care.” Far fewer times have you said the opposite “I do care.” Immediately the idea of caring becomes rare—special—reserved for the few. But what is caring? What does it mean to declare that you care for or about someone or something? […]

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Care3 Helps You Care Anywhere

Caring for aging parents and people with disabilities can leave family and friends stressed, overwhelmed and burned out. Furthermore, as patient care shifts from facilities to the home and community, coordinating all of the care providers is becoming more of a consumer burden. That’s why we are creating Care3, a groundbreaking care coordination platform for […]

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Care Plans Alone Are Not Enough

The main goal of any care plan is to give you a roadmap on how to take care of yourself or your loved ones, e.g. a discharge plan. A strong plan helps you coordinate care outside of the hospital and with the Care Team. The problem is that these plans are paper-based, often non-personalized, and […]

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