The Dream Healthcare-Korea Elderly Welfare Association, signed business agreement | Segye Ilbo

The Dream Healthcare-Korea Elderly Welfare Association, signed business agreement |  Segye Ilbo


Si Joo-woon, CEO of The Dream Healthcare (right), and Cho Nam-beom, president of the Korea Association for the Welfare of the Elderly (left), signed a business agreement and are taking a commemorative photo. (Photo: Provided by The Dream Healthcare)

The Dream Healthcare Co., Ltd. (Co-CEOs Joo-woon Si and Kwang-shin Oh), a senior life care platform company, signed a business agreement with the Korea Home Welfare Association for the Elderly (Chairman Nam-beom Cho).

Through this agreement, The Dream Healthcare and the Korea Association for the Welfare of the Elderly at Home will pursue integrated home care services for seniors: ▲ revitalization of the home care platform ▲ joint research ▲ joint online and offline promotion ▲ other cooperation deemed necessary for the development and operation of both organizations We decided to build a strategic relationship through mutual information exchange and joint research in various fields.

Through this, both organizations will focus on combining field and online platforms that can contribute to the digital transformation of the home care industry and the promotion of welfare for the elderly, and will continue to conduct research and development to develop various services and improve the service experience of customers and industry workers. We plan to cooperate.

The Dream Healthcare Co., Ltd. is a home care service platform company that connects consumers to over 27,000 care institutions in Korea and provides software for digital transformation and operational efficiency of center operations. It has an integrated home care service brand ‘Jooeun’. We are growing and managing the Sejong, Gwangmyeong, Cheongju, and Ilsan centers as the best A-grade institutions of the National Health Insurance Corporation through the operation of centers directly managed by the head office. In addition, based on accumulated know-how in center operation, the ‘Right Hand’ service, an integrated home care matching platform for ‘centers, recipients, and caregivers’, was launched and operated in September this year.

Korea Association for the Welfare of the Elderly at Home provides policy proposals, development of pilot programs, research, and worker training to rationally and progressively operate home-based elderly welfare services and long-term elderly care services for seniors who are alienated from the community and need help. For this purpose, it was first launched in 1991 as the Korea Senior Citizens’ Welfare Council. As of 2023, we are providing customized welfare services for over 170,000 seniors living at home with 23,000 employees from 16 branches and 730 member organizations across the country, and in response to recent changes in the senior care environment, we are pursuing business partnerships with other organizations. We are continuously seeking ways to develop.

Meanwhile, as the senior population continues to increase due to the recently accelerated aging population, The Dream Healthcare has recently conducted joint research on senior integrated home care services: ▲advancement of nursing and nursing digital services ▲integrated home care services and solutions ▲long-term care institution business support solutions Development is accelerating.

Reporter Kim Jeong-hwan [email protected]

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