Sweat Equity podcast: How To Bridge The Gap In Medical Communication w/ SafeKeeping's Noah Rahimzadeh & Matt Prasek
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Noah Rahimzadeh and Matt Prasek were partners in the Entrepreneurial Management program at Ball State University and co-founders of Safekeeping.
Safekeeping helps families monitor the health and wellness of their loved ones in medical facilities including, but not limited to, long-term care (LTC), assisted living, memory care, hospice, and home health. By integrating with electronic medical records (EMRs), Safekeeping securely delivers patient data to designated family members’ computers and mobile devices, bridging the gap in communication between medical facilities and patient’s families. Because Safekeeping pulls existing EMR data, it doesn’t create any additional work for LTC staff and family members can be sure they are receiving accurate information about their loved ones. Safekeeping creates a better long-term care experience for families, their elderly loved ones, and your staff.