Reflecting on Breast Cancer Awareness month, it’s impossible for me not to step back and survey the impact of this disease:one in eight womenwill be diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States. That means the devastating reality is that many – if not all – of us will know at least one woman grappling with both the physical and psychological toll of this condition.
Introducing Our Ultra Grip PICC Line Cover. In developing the new Ultra Grip, we wanted to make a cover that would more securely stay in place while at home or on the go. By adding a non slip silicone band to prevent slippage, the cover better stays in place.
“We first started our partnership with Care+Wear in 2018 with the creation of The Hoodie, which honored Oscar de la Renta who battled cancer for over eight years," says Alex Bolen, CEO of Oscar de la Renta. "The issues that The Hoodie solves for those being treated with cancer were issues that Oscar himself faced. We think he would be pleased that we are helping to find solutions in a fashionable way. We are pleased to continue our partnership with an extended offering of colors.”
As a company built for and by members of the healthcare community, we at Care+Wear have heard firsthand the feelings of defeat and utter weariness that plague clinicians and patients alike as the pandemic rages on.
We’ve listened to the stories of cancer patients who were once surrounded by a community of fighters and survivors and who are now forced to go without, isolated by the fear of exposing one another to the threat of COVID-19 while immunocompromised and undergoing the stress of treatment.
My name is Aaishwariya Gulani and I am a 3rd-year student at University of Central Florida. From my time at UCF, I realized that we all entered medical school full of hope and wide-eyed, not quite sure how the next four years were going to go. The only thing getting us through was that at the end of it was the job we have been dreaming of for most of our lives: becoming a doctor. There is so much more to the game that I wanted to share with you, to help better your journey into the healthcare field.
Amid rising hospitalizations due to COVID, a new survey from leading healthwear company, Care+Wear, finds that the way to improve patient experience is through privacy and communication rather than flashy amenities.
"Every dental, optometry, pharmacy, physician assistant, or other medical student looking to enter the healthcare profession should look into a variety of necessary tools to help foster success throughout their journey. As I begin my dental school studies, I want to share with you the top 10 things that can help you through your healthcare journey."
Care+Wear announced a partnership with the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Health Care System (SFVAHC) to outfit select employees in Care+Wear x N Natori scrubs. The partnership will provide fashionable and functional uniforms to team members of SFVAHC’s comprehensive network which provides health services to Veterans through the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC) and six community-based outpatient clinics in Santa Rosa, Eureka, Ukiah, Clearlake, San Bruno, and downtown San Francisco.
These innovative scrubs were designed with input from nearly 100 clinicians, medical professionals, and commercial launderers. Created through the lens of Josie Natori, a fashion designer with over 40 years of experience designing ready-to-wear clothing and loungewear, these scrubs are built for comfort and movement and prove that fashion and function can thrive in unison.
Inc.magazine today revealed that Care+Wear ranked number 20 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Patagonia, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000. Among this year’s 5,000 honorees, the average median three-year growth rate soared to 543 percent, and median revenue reached $11.1 million. Together, those companies added more than 610,000 jobs over the past three years.
Care+Wear has been on a mission to help people to feel like themselves again, and allow them to get back to living their lives. Together, let’s change the way the world looks at and feels about healthcare. Fill out our patient experience survey here!
Our CEO and founder Chat Razdan moderated our first-ever Care+Wear Future of Healthcare Panel. During this discussion, experts from esteemed hospital systems across the country will share insights, challenges, and learnings from the last year that can be applied to future healthcare innovations.
When living with a chronic illness, daily tasks like getting dressed or remembering to take your medication can be difficult, especially when running low on energy. Check out this list of 12 items to make life with chronic illness easier.
While life may be returning to normal for many, our healthcare workers deserve to be celebrated 24/7 just like during the height of the pandemic. Read more from our CEO on why we’re fighting for a fashion industry that celebrates all those in healthcare.
"While all my friends were thinking about college, prom, driving, and the SAT, I was going to 10 appointments a week, wondering if I'd ever be able to return to a normal classroom." Read how Claire dealt with grieving her life before chronic illness, and learned to embrace her new life, symptoms and all.
Nike's recent release of the GO FlyEase was far from perfect — what was meant to be a stride for accessibility turned out to be a lesson on the importance of inclusivity within fashion. Read our CEO and founder Chat's thoughts on how this is a pivotal moment in the adaptive fashion revolution.