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America's Largest Selection of

Senior Technology Products

We provide TeleHealth Services - hardware, software, communications, and support labor - to help seniors live better in their homes as they age. We use emerging technology to help seniors stay safe, healthy and connected, and remain free and independent.

Why Choose
BlueStar?

Reliability & Dependability

Our mission is simple: Keep American Seniors Safe, Healthy & Connected through a variety of technology solutions. BlueStar is a veteran-owned and operated company, we take pride in our commitment to our mission and the level of service that we provide. We are a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business.

Leader in Aging In Home Solutions

Medical alerts are only one part of an overall aging at-home solution. We have developed a full suite of aging at-home solutions to help you stay in your home longer, safer, and more independent. From medication management tools to concierge-style check-in services, we offer a solution for every aging at home situation.

Largest Selection of Senior Tech

We have the largest selection of senior technology in the industry. We do not believe in a "one size fits all" solution and are committed to providing a customized approach to our customers. We offer multiple types of solutions to meet your specific needs, from fall detection, on-the-go, GPS, in-home, and wearables.

24/7 Monitoring & Support

You never need to worry that you or a loved one are unsafe or need help. Our top-rated monitoring center operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to provide the highest level of safety. Whether it is a push of a button or an automated detection, our monitoring delivers help when it is needed.

Solutions for Health Providers

BlueStar TeleHealth offers comprehensive, digital remote healthcare solutions to providers, caregivers and patients aimed at lowering costs, improving outcomes and improving safety. It aims to promote self-care through remote patient monitoring and user engagement.

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