It’s already had a tremendous impact in the growing demand for acute and long-term care services. At the same time, healthcare organizations are dealing with reimbursement cuts and increasing costs. The solution cannot be found in the growing numbers of informal caregivers alone. As the demands on all parties mount, professional organizations, and informal caregivers are looking for new ways to deal with their present and future challenges. At Gociety we believe technology creates new opportunities for integrated and higher quality older adults care.
With easy-to-use prevention-driven innovations, we support healthcare organizations to create new remote services that enhance client's feelings of safety, well-being and independence. Informal care integration connects family and friends, and enables them to support their loved ones when they can’t physically be there. Together we support the older population to get the care they need and live a high quality of life.
We have a team of more than 100 adults, in the 55 – 95 target age group, who are organized to support us in our design, test and validation sprints. They have taught us that relevant, mobile, easy to use and non-stigmatizing solutions will have a higher adoption rate within this group.
We work closely together with universities and research institutions active in the field of aging. We have a partnership with The Fraunhofer Institute, one of the most renowned and leading R&D institutes in Europe. In one of our main focus areas: Big Data analytics, we have a partnership with Sirris to ensure our solutions continue to be industry leading.
We choose long-term partnerships, where we can jointly realize our goals and dreams. The most important ally imaginable in our mission to humanize technology and bring about a revolution in the way we age, we are joining forces with the biggest and most renowned smartphone producer in the world: Samsung.
Gociety has been selected by the prominent ‘Aging2.0 / Google for Entrepreneurs 2015 Academy’ as one of the ’20 most promising start-ups in the world in the domain of aging’.