Well Beyond Care partners with Project Balance to bring its online app to caregiving

For Immediate Release

Lauren Tarrant, RN
Chief Nursing Officer

Well Beyond Care partners with Project Balance to bring its online app to caregiving

Well Beyond Care has selected Project Balance to develop and deliver its revolutionary service to the private duty, private pay, in-home caregiving space

Austin Texas, November 19, 2016 – Well Beyond Care is pleased to announce it has entered into a partnership with Project Balance, a boutique software development company with expertise in high volume data applications and analytics, located in Austin, Texas. Well Beyond Care is tackling the ever increasing “silver tsunami” of baby boomers retiring and seeking care in the home.   Through his experience of taking care of his mother, Well Beyond Care’s President Jeffrey Fry says, “the adult children of aging baby boomers are starting to realize that the existing private duty system is first and foremost expensive. Due in large part to their regulations, they do not provide enough robust or flexible options to meet the changing care needs of the elderly. We want to change the industry standards of in-home care by improving quality of care and reducing truancy of caregivers. While our system is simple to use it facilitates the user to navigate through the complicated process of hiring and retaining Caregivers and ensuring that individualized Care Plans are met.”  Continuing, Mr. Fry states, “We needed a company with the expertise to handle all the data and requirements that our service will provide. Project Balance was one of the few companies capable of delivering our innovative system in a timely, cost effective, and eloquent manner.”

Stacey Berlow, Project Balance’s founder and managing partner goes on to say, “Well Beyond Care is trying to do something that no one has done before.  It is far greater than Project Balance Logo just a matching service, and involves actually helping and guiding families through all stages of finding and keeping quality care in the home.”  In regards to Project Balance, Ms. Berlow goes on to state, “Project Balance is an expert in developing and managing multi-location, large data set requirements both domestically and internationally. In addition, Project Balance has deployed mobile applications in Africa and Haiti and we anticipate developing a mobile application immediately following the launch of the Well Beyond Come web application.”

Well Beyond Care is planning on early testing of its service in the first quarter of 2017 and release late in the first quarter or early in the second quarter of 2017.  To be notified of the launch, please visit the Well Beyond Care website and create a free account at www.wellbeyondcare.com.

About Well Beyond Care:

Well Beyond Care provides the tools that help you plan care and allow your loved ones to safely age in place. Its online system combines the best in Caregiver matching (searching, screening, ratings & hiring) with all the back office functions (time worked, payroll, scheduling, and notifications) to ensure safe, reliable, dependable, affordable care is obtained. It is the only company that gives each Careseeker access to their own local, personal nurse to help guide them through the hiring process. The Careseeker’s nurse provides advice on healthcare options and aids with transitional care. Easy to use, and free to join, Well Beyond Care empowers Careseekers and those looking for care. More at: www.wellbeyondcare.com or at (844) 4WB-CARE (844-492-2273).

About Project Balance:

Project Balance is women owned consulting practice founded in 2003.   As an international product and software development consulting company, their focus in on strategy execution and data management. The company also specializes in data visualization, data collection, and mobile applications. Their expertise helps businesses and government agencies determine how to execute their visions and develop a solution to make it happen. More at: www.projectbalance.com or at (914) 659-0078.

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