About Us

We care about your clients & your business.

iHealthHome’s founders – home-care entrepreneurs themselves – have infused their company with the profound sense of community, compassion, and care that they grew up with in Hawaii.

The full, rich meaning of “aloha” and “ohana” weaves through iHealthHome’s idea of the virtual village. These Hawaiian concepts connote affection, peace, and mercy. They suggest that we are all part of an extended family, and that as such we are bound together to support and remember one another.

In that spirit, Dew-Anne Langcaon and Bonnie Castonguay, RN, created iHealthHome to enrich their own eldercare operations. Their goals:

  • Get paperless and more efficient
  • Better support and supervise their caregivers in clients’ homes
  • Enable clinical and other interventions to anticipate health needs and reduce trips to the hospital
  • Encircle seniors with a virtual village to ensure they thrive at home

The iHealthHome system was built by healthcare experts with a genuine passion for improving seniors’ quality of life. That means this software platform uniquely anticipates your needs and addresses the special operational requirements for connecting your entire care team to cover the “last mile” – in the home.

Together, let’s enable a virtual village to care for its elders – at home.

Our Team

Dew-Anne Langcaon

President and Chief Executive Officer

Co-Founder with over 25 years of healthcare leadership experience in healthcare finance, hospital and physician group operations, and strategic planning. Eight years as an owner operator of a private home care agency and care navigation service. Prior to co-founding iHealthHome, served as EVP and Chief Strategy Officer for Hawaii’s largest hospital system, Hawaii Pacific Health.

Dan Fredericks

Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Co-Founder and principle architect of the iHealthHome software solution. Dan is an experienced business intelligence solution architect with an extensive background working with and managing all areas of technology with a focus on designing and developing various data warehouse strategies. Prior to joining iHealthHome, Dan was a lead architect at TIBCO.

Kara Mayeda

Vice President and Customer Success Officer

Over 20 years specializing in customer service in the retail and senior care sectors. Prior to joining iHealthHome, Kara served as the Director of Home and Community Based Services with Keiro Northwest in Seattle where she started, operated, and grew their private home care business. Using iHealthHome’s software, Kara implemented a fully paperless process that enabled rapid growth of the agency across the state of Washington.

Tanya Fernandez, JD

Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Over 13 years of experience in finance, legal, and operations in the entertainment and legal sectors. Tanya is also an experienced operator of a large private duty home care agency customer of iHealthHome. Prior to joining iHealthHome, Tanya served as a tax manager with Deloitte & Touche, specializing in multi-state tax services.

Bonnie Castonguay, RN


Bonnie is a Registered Nurse with over 30 years of experience in healthcare. She is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality by the National Association for Healthcare Quality and a Certified Geriatric Care Manager. More than eight years as an owner operator of a private home care agency and care navigation service. Prior to co-founding iHealthHome, served as Vice President of Patient Safety and Quality for Hawaii Pacific Health.

Our Board

Dew-Anne Langcaon

Board Member

Dew-Anne is the Co-Founder and CEO of iHealthHome. Dew-Anne is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Ho’okele Health Innovations, LLC (HHI) the majority preferred shareholder of iHealthHome, Inc. Prior to co-founding HHI and iHealthHome, Dew-Anne served as the EVP and Chief Strategy Officer for Hawaii Pacific Health, Hawaii’s largest healthcare system. After serving as a hospital executive for more than 12 years, Dew-Anne became an entrepreneur and started HHI in 2006 out of a passion to help families of seniors navigate the complicated healthcare system and remain healthy at home. What started as a boutique professional service company quickly grew to become one of the largest home care agencies in Honolulu that created a software system for their own needs and in 2014 began its transformation into a salable system to other agencies and is called iHealthHome. Dew-Anne is trained as a certified public accountant, but is no longer in public practice. She worked for Deloitte and Touche for six years. Dew-Anne holds a BBA and MAcc from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She also serves as the Chairman of the Board for the St. Andrew’s Schools and has previously served on the boards of the American Red Cross, Aloha United Way, Catholic Charities of Hawaii and numerous other community non-profit organizations.

Brian Bershad

Board Member

Brian is Director of Privacy and Security for Google, Inc. Brian has been with Google since 2007 and led the rapid growth of Google’s Seattle offices and then in 2011 joined Google’s team in Russia, returning to the US in 2013. Prior to joining Google, Brian was a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Washington. Brian received his BS from the University of California at Berkeley and his MS and PhD from the University of Washington. Brian has been a founder and CEO of several startup companies including Appliant, Inc. and Skytap. Brian has been an engaged investor in iHealthHome since 2015. Brian holds numerous awards and recognitions and is a prolific contributor to national publications.

Thomas W. Jackson

Board Member

Tom is a Certified Public Accountant who is currently serving as the Chief Financial Officer for Dedham Country & Polo Club. Tom has a deep understanding of the needs of small/medium sized businesses having held senior financial positions at private clubs, construction companies, and automobile dealerships. Tom and his family venture group are investors in iHealthHome and Tom has been an actively engaged investor since 2014. Tom holds a BS in Accounting from Bentley College and is certified as a public accountant in the state of Massachusetts. Tom also serves on the Board of Directors of the New England Chapter of HFTP (Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals).

Ben Nakaoka

Board Member

Ben is currently the Chief Financial Officer for Pacific Shipyards International, LLC. His previous experience includes working as a controller for a medical device start-up company, at Servco Pacific Inc., one of Hawaii’s largest privaty companies with distribution and retail automotive operations, as a real estate developer, and as an audit manager for Deloitte and Touche in Hawaii. Ben has a BBA in Accounting from the University of Hawaii and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He is a certified public accountant and is the Treasurer for the McKinley High School Foundation and the past Chairman of the Board for Junior Achievement of Hawaii. Ben is an investor in iHealthHome and has served as a Director on iHealthHome’s Board since 2014. He is also an investor in Ho’okele Health Innovations, LLC since 2010.

Charlie R. Jones, Jr.

Board Member

Chuck is a highly experienced general management consulting with over 40 years of experience leading projects and people. For 20 years he was a Vice President and Partner with Booz Allen Hamilton, serving clients across the full spectrum of U.S. Government Agencies, with particular focus on the Defense and National Security communities. Prior to his career at Booz Allen Hamilton, Mr. Jones served over 24 years as a professional Naval Officer and Intelligence Specialist. Chuck holds a BS degree from the University of Utah, MS degree from Defense Intelligence College in Washington, DC and is a distinguished graduate of the Naval War College in Newport, RI. Chuck also serves on the non-profit Boards of Catholic Charities of Hawaii and the USS Missouri Memorial Association. Chuck has been an investor and advisor to Ho’okele Health Innovations, LLC for over 7 years.

Our Partners

VillagePlan gives families access to trusted, independent experts to help with the many non-medical challenges of caring for an aging loved one. VillagePlan’s Professional Geriatric Care Managers provide family advocacy that extends beyond medical care and treatment. VillagePlan helps you find caregiver support, saves you money, and helps you make the very best decisions for your loved one and family. Learn more about VillagePlan at www.villageplan.com.

Aging Life Care™, also known as geriatric care management, is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or others facing ongoing health challenges. Working with families, the expertise of Aging Life Care Professionals provides the answers at a time of uncertainty. Their guidance leads families to the actions and decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress and time off of work for family caregivers.

The National Care Planning Council and its affiliated members are dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping implement that planning. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need) long term care are at the heart of our services.

The Washington State Health Advocacy Association (WASHAA) is a nonprofit organization made up of healthcare professionals, patients, community members, and many others, who are dedicated to promoting health advocacy in Washington State, empowering patients and improving healthcare outcomes.