Joyful, Inc.


Joyful, Inc.

Application Name:

Lifestyle Ledger

Assessment Technique(s):

Static Binary Analysis and Dynamic Analysis

Assurance Level:

Very High: Mission critical for the business.

VerAfied Since:


Application Description:

The Lifestyle Ledger, designed by an administrator with over 15 years of hands-on-experience, addresses the many challenges and facets associated with assisted living communities.  Created for the assisted living model, it is also a practical solution for other residential care settings and home health agencies.  It is the software for people in the business of caring.

The Lifestyle Ledger is more than an electronic health records application.  In addition, it is designed to be a real-time communication tool with many benefits contributing to the bottom line and success of the organization.  On one hand the goal is a satisfied client; on the other hand, keeping staff effective and efficient while creating job satisfaction is also critical to the organization’s success.  The Lifestyle Ledger is the tool to assist with meeting these objectives.

The Lifestyle Ledger assists in creating an atmosphere that is good and joyful.

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Joyful, Inc. is the maker of the Lifestyle Ledger, a software application designed for assisted living and other similar providers. 


In its reviewed state, Lifestyle Ledger met or exceeded the security score outlined in the Veracode Risk Adjusted Verification Methodology for an application at the assurance level specified above. Veracode’s risk adjusted verification methodology is based on respected industry standards including MITRE’s Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) for classification of software weaknesses and FIRST’s Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) for severity and ease of exploitability and NIST's definitions of assurance levels.


While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this document, Veracode, Inc. assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information herein. Due to the nature of software security testing, the lack of discoverable flaws does not mean the software is 100% secure.