By 2020, adults in need of care will grossly outnumber those who can care for them. This huge and growing gap puts pressure on families, as they have to be twice as effective. We help them do just that.

Caregivers need help too.

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Caring for a loved one is hard...

You keep track of their health, oversee treatments and make difficult decisions. You want to be there to hold their hand, but you end up buried in paperwork, stressed out that you'll miss something, and that the one you're caring for will suffer the consequences.

... but it doesn't have to be.

Evergreen Healthcare Technology offers a free app for family caregivers.

Don’t miss anything.

We curate your loved one’s health information.

Search smartly.

Including through voice recording transcripts, OCR of scans and pictures.

Keep others updated.

Involve others and share updates systematically.

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Interested in what we do? Get invited to test our app.

Rick Copeland, CEO

Rick Copeland is passionate about helping family caregivers. As the son of caregiving parents, he recognized the toll that caregiving entailed and the need to find a way to help.

This passion inspired him to develop Evergreen Healthcare Technology for his family and others. He is committed to improving the caregiver experience and enabling families to have more time to enjoy. Rick is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a talented technologist and entrepreneur who has built successful software products and businesses.


Louise Chang, CMO

Louise Chang, MD understands the challenges faced by patients, their families, and the providers who want to help. Her career in medicine and consumer health has focused on providing patients and families with health information and tools to empower their understanding and ability to take action.

Louise graduated from Stanford University and New York Medical College. She is board certified in internal medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians. She volunteers at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta where she sees patients and precepts medical residents.