CARETEQ Announces Acquisition of Ward Medication Management

CARETEQ are delighted to announce the acquisition of Ward Medication Management, effective date 31st August 2021. Ward is the largest medication management database in Australia, with contracts to provide Residential Medication Management Reviews to over 374 aged care facilities. Ward Medication Management is a leading medication management organisation within the Residential Aged Care market with […]

Assisted-living tech provider Careteq raising $4m ahead of IPO

Assisted-living technology innovator Careteq is tapping investors for $4 million in pre-IPO funding ahead of a planned listing in November. The business, which has created a range of products including a radar-based sensor that providers continuous non-invasive monitoring to detect falls, movement patterns or if anyone else in the room as well as a mobile […]

How eazense (Powered By SOFIHUB) Is Changing the Way We Deliver In-Patient Care

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  Since announcing our exclusive distribution partnership with Swedish company, Raytellingence, developers of eazense, CARETEQ is pleased to be sharing the first in a series of informative videos showcasing the capabilities of this unique monitoring system. eazense – powered by Sofihub, employs new radar technology that provides continuous non-intrusive fall detection monitoring, allowing care resources […]

Careteq – Signs Agreement With Raytelligence, Sweden

CARETEQ Continuing their journey of designing and commercialising assisted-living technology products for a global audience CARETEQ are proud to announce a distribution partnership with the Swedish company, Raytellingence, developers of a ground-breaking radar sensor that offers unique detection capabilities called eazense. Complementing the SOFIHUB home & beacon range, as well as aligning with many other […]

How 3G Network Shutdown Affects Smart Care Technology

As it happened with 2G technology, 3G is slowly being phased out for technological devices. Unfortunately, many elderly-friendly phones still operate on 3G, which means it could be inconvenient to switch to 4G devices. That being said, older adults who need to update their devices to 4G or 5G compatible devices still have time to […]