Our Story

CaregiverAssist transforms caregiving

Joe’s Story is the Xverity Story

Xverity has been a personal journey for co-founder and CEO. Joe Cellucci, and most of the members of the Xverity team who are or have been caregivers for a family member or friend. Joe’s story, however, is more compelling. As a cancer survivor, he has experience with virtually all aspects of the health care system impelled him to step back and say, “There has got to be a better way.”  A successful technology entrepreneur, Joe saw the need for improvement as an opportunity and decided to shoot for the moon.  Xverity was launched.

Xverity describes itself as a technology-enabled caregiving services company. Its initial product, CaregiverAssist, is powered by Xverity’s mature platform and includes a comprehensive solution for working family caregivers and home care companies that want to improve the quality of care for their care recipients and fill the caregiving gap when a family or paid caregiver cannot be with the care recipient.

We saw a need and created a first-of-a-kind high touch/high tech solution to  transform caregiving.  The number of patients being treated at home has grown exponentially and is facing uberization. Great financial risk has been thrust upon those servicing patients. New Payment Models, Readmission Fines and a change from Fee for Service to Fee for Performance. That patient must deal with multiple providers & services that are disconnected from one another, the Hospital’s EHR, and the Patient, which creates dissatisfaction, poor engagement & higher costs.

Our unique approach includes:

  • CaregiverAssist fills the need for a High-Touch/High-Tech 24/7 solution to assure peace of mind and less anxiety for the caregiver and safety, security and convenience for the care recipient.
  • Powered by a patented, proven technology platform that is easy to use.
  • Supports both the caregiver and the care recipient.
  • In addition to enhancing the overall caregiving experience, provides a meaningful “caregiver presence” during the 10-to-12 hour gap when the care recipient is most vulnerable and at greatest risk because job and other responsibilities make it difficult for the working caregiver to be available.

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