We are Claris Healthcare
We are a software company dedicated to solving the growing problems of social isolation and chronic disease in our aging population. We provide an open, configurable platform for delivering remote monitoring and virtual care into the home and work closely with our customers to ensure their success.
We are changing the way organizations connect care providers, families, and friends with older seniors by providing engaging, intuitive, and accessible solutions for all.
Meet the Claris Healthcare Team
Clinical Technology Advisory Council
What We Believe
We believe that the complexity of current technology creates a barrier for older seniors to access online care and maintain connections with loved ones.
We believe thoughtfully designed and implemented technology can be used at scale to dramatically improve the lives of those most in need.
Hear from Happy Customers
“The best finding of all, in a year like no other, was that more than 80 percent [of seniors] reported being less lonely after participating in the self-help programming on the Claris tablets.”
RN, BSN, Executive Director, Arthritis Patient Services
“We are Claris super fans and are so pleased at how easy they are to use. The seniors are excited to have them, and they are really helping people to stay engaged…We promote this project to the state and other AAAs often because we truly believe in their effectiveness. We have found that other areas (and our clients) often think virtual programs “won’t work”, but with the Companions, it does work!”
Executive Director, Sowega Council on Aging
“Providing cardiac care in a remote setting means that closely monitoring vital signs like blood pressure is essential, Claris Continuum’s intuitive software, state-of-the-art sensors, and professional implementation has made this a critical tool as we continue to expand our telemedicine practice.”
Nurse Practitioner at BriteStar
“Success! The Claris Companion tablet is performing well and our 75+ technologically challenged participants (with no Zoom nor tablet experience) managed to successfully connect with our UCSD team for a meeting yesterday. I would like to sincerely thank you for the great support that you have provided to the ADCS, and to Janice, for her technical expertise and patience in helping us.”
Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study (ADCS)