Among a crowded field of senior care technology startups, K4Connect has commanded a lot of attention. Partly that’s because its founder, Scott Moody, previously helped create TouchID, the technology for unlocking an iPhone with a fingerprint. Partly it’s because the company has succeeded where many other startups fail, in scaling up pilot projects.

Now, K4Connect has announced its largest multi-community deployment to date, with Carlsbad, California-based Kisco Senior Living. Kisco operates 22 locations across seven states, offering services across the whole care continuum, from independent living to skilled nursing.

“This is not typical,” Terri Novak, Kisco COO, said. “This has been better than any tech implementation we’ve ever had.”

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