We’re Dedicated to You
When we opened our doors in 1998, our mission was twofold: We would develop state-of-the-art technology for homecare agencies, and we would deliver unparalleled customer service.
When we meet agency principals for the first time, they often ask, “Are we too small for CareWatch?” Our software is as beneficial for agencies with 10-15 caregivers as it is for organizations with offices and caregivers across the country. Our team represents 300 years of experience in information technologies. We welcome every client’s business and operational challenges. Give us the opportunity to tailor our technology to meet your specific needs and your agency will thrive.
We hope you’ll take the time to meet with us at an upcoming industry trade show to learn more about how we can help your agency. You’ll find us at all the major trade shows, including NAHC, NHPCO, and VNAA. For details, visit our calendar.
For a brief bio on the principals of CareWatch, read on.
Our Leadership Team
Tom Emington – Emington@CareWatch.com
Founder, Partner, Chief Technology Officer
Tom holds a B.S. from the University of Louisville (Physics) and an M.B.A (marketing) from the University of Southern Illinois. He has worked as a physicist for the Department of the Navy and has an extensive background in developing computer and voice-enabled applications. Tom has held management, engineering and sales positions with companies including General Electric, Honeywell, Alberta Government Telephones, DATAP and DataWatch. Prior to his involvement with Carewatch Tom founded Karisma Enterprises, Inc., which provided custom interactive voice systems and applications to a variety of industries for more than 20 years.
Dr. John Funk – Funk@CareWatch.com
John holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Tulane University in New Orleans, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Vanderbilt University in Nashville. He has worked for four Fortune 500 companies with responsibilities ranging from basic R&D to Department Head, responsible for process control and financial systems. He has headed new plant automation projects with a staff of 70 engineers and programmers; served as a principal automation consultant for two companies; managed product development and customer support for an accounting software company; and was president of an equipment leasing company.