CareZone is a web-application that caregivers can use to keep their loved ones’ records organized. Aimed at helping people who take care of children, aging parents, and relatives with disabilities, CareZone provides all the tools necessary for keeping track of health records and privately sharing sensitive information online.
Part project management application, part social network, CareZone invites you to sign up and create individual user profiles for each of the people you care for. These profiles are private, and they can be a great place to store sensitive information like current medication lists, known allergies, healthcare forms, to-do lists, and family contact information. You can also upload files, like scanned medical bills and photographs, for safekeeping online. If you share caretaking responsibilities with your spouse or siblings, then you can connect with those people through CareZone, making the web-application an excellent tool for disseminating medical information and health history reports.
In addition to its recordkeeping and organization tools, CareZone also offers a number of more personalized features. Users can post their thoughts and concerns in private journals, and they can invite feedback or suggestions on these posts by allowing the loved ones they’ve connected with to leave comments on their profile pages.
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