McKnight’s examines how SafelyYou’s technology reduces ED visits in senior living communities and helps caregivers minimize fall risks. Read more.
New research published in the American Journal of Managed Care reveals SafelyYou’s AI-enabled fall detection reduces need for emergency services in dementia-care facilities by a staggering 80%. Read more.
Shirley Nickels, COO of SafelyYou will join Eskaton’s Executive Director of Quality and Compliance, Teri Tift, in presenting at the Technology and Innovation Session on 5/21 at 4:30 pm at the LeadingAge CA Annual Conference. They will be speaking about: How Artificial Intelligence Impacts Best Practices in Fall Prevention For Dementia Care.
SAN FRANCISCO – April 8, 2019 – SafelyYou, a memory care-focused health care technology company, today announced that two new senior executives will be joining the organization. Ajay Gulati has been appointed chief technology officer, and Bryant P. Castleton has been appointed chief commercial officer. In his role as CTO, Gulati will be providing technical leadership, product innovation …
The Wall Street Journal named SafelyYou as a rising star in startup world for our work using AI to monitor the health of the elderly. The feature story examines how automation technology will be the key to competitive success in 2019. Read more.
SafelyYou’s CEO George Netscher joined a select group of leaders from cutting-edge startups to take a closer look at how machine learning can be used to transform the aging experience at the Aging2.0 conference.
SafelyYou is mentioned as an emerging technology for fall detection in USA Today’s article called “New technologies help seniors age in place — and not feel alone”.
SafelyYou’s CEO, George Netscher, is interviewed by WIRED for their article “TO MAKE AI SMARTER, HUMANS PERFORM ODDBALL LOW-PAID TASKS.”
SafelyYou was featured on the front page of the UC Berkeley website: www.berkeley.edu. Read about Alexandre Bayen, SafelyYou’s Chief Scientist, and PhD student Pulkit Agrawal, SafelyYou’s Chief Architect, and the support by the Signatures Innovation Fellows Program at UC Berkeley, in the article called Computer Vision to Protect Patients – and Budget.
Readers can find SafelyYou in the latest edition of Senior Living Magazine under their article called “Tech Trends Aim to Address Aging Challenges.” It references our appearance at Aging2.0 and highlights our company mission on fall prevention and detection through computer vision.