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Lifematters Selects AlayaCare as a Home Care Software Partner


Implementation of AlayaCare’s platform pushes Lifematters towards accelerated growth to expand services, enter new markets and improve operational efficiencies

DECEMBER 19, 2019

Lifematters, one of the largest home care agencies operating in the mid-Atlantic region in the United States, announced today that they have completed implementation of AlayaCare’s cloud-based technology as part of their efforts to position the company for accelerated growth.

Lifematters employs more than 1,500 caregivers across the mid-Atlantic region in Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C., offering a full range of in-home services, from home care, to skilled nursing services, to highly-specialized care for chronic diseases. Implementing AlayaCare software within its operations will allow Lifematters to expand its services, enter new geographic markets and improve operational efficiencies.

“With the industry moving towards value-based purchasing, Lifematters is placing larger emphasis on better outcomes and data collection as the company aggressively expands into new markets,” said Daniel Gold, COO, Lifematters. “Home care is seeing greater participation in Medicare Advantage Plans and Transitional Care programs for healthcare systems and skilled nursing facilities, which are also important programs for Lifematters. We are thrilled to have AlayaCare as a partner to support our expansion as we deliver better outcomes and experiences for both healthcare providers and clients through our virtual call centers and innovative technology initiatives.”

AlayaCare’s unique platform offers a complete technology solution to manage the entire client lifecycle including referrals and intake, scheduling, coordination, client health records, clinical documentation, care worker management, billing and payroll, reporting, remote patient monitoring, and a mobile caregiver app in one integrated, highly robust and secure, cloud-based system.

In addition to improved client lifecycle management, AlayaCare’s cloud-based architecture and open API (Application Programming Interface) enables Lifematters to increase interoperability and seamlessly integrate with their current billing management software, helping them expand their relationships with Medicare Advantage plans, ACOs and other payment models.

“As the industry continues to evolve, we commend partners like Lifematters who are committed to modernizing the healthcare delivery model as it integrates into the continuum of care,” said Gosia Radaczynska, VP, Client Success at AlayaCare. “We are excited to be a part of Lifematters’ growth and innovation strategies and witness first-hand how our technology will help to improve efficiencies and patient outcomes.”

About Lifematters

Founded in 2004, Lifematters is the largest employer-based home care and care management company in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Lifematters is the first choice in home care for individuals, families, doctors, nurses, social workers, hospitals, and independent- and assisted-living facilities, and has garnered recognition in these areas from local and national award programs. The company works with clients to create customized care plans and employs highly trained, skilled caregivers and care managers. The full range of in-home services includes care management, counseling, nutrition counseling, medication management, social companionship, wound care and care for neurological disorders. Lifematters associates also assist clients with bathing and grooming, personal safety and security services, transportation and errands.

About AlayaCare
AlayaCare’s unique platform includes back office, clinical documentation, client and family portals, remote patient monitoring, telehealth, and mobile caregiver functionality in one integrated, highly robust and secure, cloud-based system. AlayaCare is providing the platform for home and community care organizations to propel towards innovation and home care of the future. AlayaCare was founded in 2014.

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