Cariloop Connects Geriatric Care Providers and Patients

Contact: Michael Walsh                                                                     For Immediate Release



Cariloop Connects Geriatric Care Providers and Patients

Looks to revolutionize how senior care information is shared


APRIL 23, 2013 (Dallas, Texas) – After a successful beta test and re-development effort in Texas, Cariloop is very excited to announce its launch to the public.

Due to the aging trends in our country, as well as the vast number of senior care providers available in the marketplace, people are overwhelmed with the time-consuming effort involved in searching for the right match for their aging family member or patient. A large part of this problem lies in the fact that many senior care providers themselves have not yet adopted the modern techniques available to digitally connect with their potential customers and audience.  Cariloop intends to revolutionize this process and make it both easy and affordable for patients and providers respectively.

“We believe it should be no different than looking for a hotel or flight, you should be able to go online and get a better understanding of the places closest to you.”, said Co-Founder Michael Walsh in an interview with


Cariloop helps geriatric healthcare providers more effectively market their businesses online.  Senior care and service providers can join Cariloop, or claim their existing profile, for free, and list key information about their care, services, availability, pricing, and personnel.  For only a dollar a day, providers can upgrade their accounts and easily upload an unlimited amount of photos, videos, and documents, as well as have unrestricted access to leads and other useful data on their profile analytics.  Cariloop is led by Michael Walsh, who is also the Founder of HealthSparx and Health 2.0 Dallas, as well as Steven Theesfeld, CPHQ and Andrew Taylor, Co-Founder of Satori Tech Solutions.

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Eric VanderSchaaf

Eric is the Editor of LAUNCH DFW and an avid proponent/supporter of the DFW Startup Community. In addition to running this site, Eric is the Executive Vice President of Business Development at Senico, a company that builds amazing technology products for itself and others.