The inspiration for CleriCare came from watching loved ones struggle with the challenge of managing their own care as they aged. Medication compliance — taking the right medication at the right time, every time — can dramatically improve quality of life and lower healthcare costs. Medication mistakes take a huge toll on patients, families, and our society.
Our first step toward improved medication compliance is helping the caregivers at Assisted Living Facilities. These dedicated nurses and aids provide a continuum of support and assistance to people who would otherwise struggle with their own care. By taking the manual paperwork out of the process, we lower costs and reduce opportunities for mistakes.
CleriCare's flagship product, eMAR Express, is the result of taking our founding team of technology experts and embedding them on the front lines of care. Our software is designed around the day-to-day needs of real nurses and caregivers, through close collaboration and constant feedback. We take pride in working closely with our customers to make our software fit their existing workflow. The result is better software that's easier to learn, happier caregivers, and better care.
Eugene Khazan Founder and CEO Prior to starting Clericare, Eugene worked on product development at Bose Corporation, and developed a portable molecular analyzer for point-of-care infectious disease testing at IQuum. He started CleriCare in an effort to solve his grandparent’s problem of remembering to take their medication on time. Eugene has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University.
Edward Faulkner Founder and CTO Prior to Clericare, Edward spent six years leading a software development team at Akamai Technologies, where his systems continue to protect the security of over $250 billion in annual e-commerce. He has a masters degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT.