• Thu. Dec 1st, 2022

Silver healthcare platforms to grow

Bywiret

Oct 31, 2022

Silver healthcare platforms are continuing to grow due to the increase in the elderly population. It provides senior customized services from nursing care matching to digital healthcare.

Caring is a platform that matches elderly people who have received nursing care grades with nursing care providers. About 25,000 nursing service providers across the country aimed at the fact that most of them are small and fragmented. The area leading to matching services is streamlined through technology and the reduced operating cost is compensated to nursing care workers. Through this, the quality of care services is being improved. It was selected as a preliminary unicorn by attracting 30 billion won worth of Series A investment in August. Currently, an offline-based nursing center is also being prepared. It plans to expand the number of centers to 250 in the future.

Caredoc is a platform that matches caregivers and the elderly. Caregiver jobs, visiting care, and home care are provided. If a guardian applies for nursing and nursing services through an application (app), it can be matched after checking the profiles of nursing care workers and caregivers. Through the in-app care log, the guardian can easily check the status of the guardian or the services provided. Caredoc is recently expanding its business model (BM) as a life care service.

The Korea Senior Research Institute is a visiting care brokerage platform that connects and mediates visiting care centers and nursing homes and caregivers. It aims to be an integrated home care platform that provides services and products necessary for home care. Last year, it acquired Smile Senior, a visiting nursing brand, and is operating more than 60 partner visiting nursing centers nationwide. It also improved the convenience of finding job for care workers by operating “Yobo Sarang,” a job notification service for nursing care workers. It is also developing products exclusively for seniors. It attracted 11 billion won worth of Series A investment last year.

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