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grandCARE featured on Peggy Smedley Radio Show

Peggy Smedley Radio show had the chance to interview the team at CES 2015 and find out the reasoning behind grandCARE’s strategic brand positioning and new “betterCARE” brandmark.

Laura Mitchell, founding member and strategic advisor of GrandCare Systems, discusses the digital health industry and her company’s shift towards patient centered care.

“In order to achieve better outcomes for professional care providers, healthcare systems and the end user, it is critical to have the ultimate client experience. The grandCARE touchscreen is the heart and soul of the system, encouraging engagement and better compliance, ultimately resulting in better health.”


The Peggy Smedley Show, the voice of M2M and connected devices, is broadcast live each Tuesday from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT on the Connected World Network, owned by Specialty Publishing Co., and a member of the World Syndicated Radio Network (wsRadio). The Peggy Smedley Show is a weekly radio show that helps listeners not only understand connected devices, but also how to make these devices a part of their everyday lives.

GrandCare interviews on Peggy Smedley Radio Show

Last week, Peggy Smedley asked some pointed questions on how GrandCare Systems® responds to barriers and obstacles in the aging industry.  GrandCare’s Chief Marketing Officer, Laura Mitchell had the answers. Listen to the 15 minute segment on how GrandCare envisions the connected healthcare market, why socialization is critical to mitigate loneliness and isolation and why cognitive assists can help just about anyone.



System Comp HR NEWGrandCare Systems, headquartered in Wisconsin, has provided the most comprehensive caregiving technology on the market since 2005, enabling individuals to remain safe, healthy, and happy at home.

The GrandCare interactive touchscreen gives residents the option to control communications and view specific pictures, listen to audio messages, check calendar appointments, visit designated web sites, play games and brain exercises, and video chat with family.

Using a series of wireless activity sensors and digital health devices, the system can alert designated caregivers by phone, email, or text if something seems amiss (e.g. no motion in the kitchen or medications were refused).

If interested in reading more about GrandCare Systems or purchasing our product you can visit the website at www.grandcare.com


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