MedCity News: Nurse staffing agencies prepare for Covid-19 pandemic

As cases of COVID-19 rise across the country, the demand for healthcare workers continues to soar – especially in nursing facilities, where residents are particularly vulnerable.

In an interview with MedCity News, Chris Caulfield RN, NP-C, our co-founder and Chief Nursing Officer, explains IntelyCare’s initiatives to help protect the post-acute nursing community.

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Business Insider: Nurses are making $5,000 a week to go to hard-hit coronavirus-outbreak zones — and staffing agencies are cashing in on the new demand

COVID-19 has put an intense strain on healthcare workers across the country. As health systems rush to find nurses to combat the rapidly growing outbreak, IntelyCare is in a unique position to help hold the line.

In an interview with Business Insider, Chris Caulfield RN, NP-C, our co-founder and Chief Nursing Officer, explains IntelyCare’s initiatives to help the post-acute nursing community.

 

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Improving Outcomes Podcast: Nursing in the time of COVID-19

To address the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, IntelyCare has launched the first training certification program on COVID-19 preparedness. Our President and Chief Operating Officer, John Shagoury, elaborates in his conversation with Mabel Jong and Jim O’Sullivan on the Improving Outcomes podcast.

You can find the recording of their conversation here.

Staffing Industry Review: Fighting the Fight

“We are seeing unprecedented demand on our platform and app from nursing facilities and nurses, all looking for support in dealing with coronavirus,” shared Chris Caulfield, RN, NP-C, in a statement for Staffing Industry Review regarding demand for nursing professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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Forbes: Healthtech Startup Receives $45million In Biggest Ever Nursing Investment

Co-Founder and CNO Chris Caulfield, RN, NP-C, details IntelyCare’s plans to close the projected 1 million nurse shortfall in an interview with Forbes contributor, Dr. James Somauroo. 

IntelyCare’s digital solution aims to apply gig economics and advanced data science technology to optimise the existing talent base and close the widening gap between supply and demand.

 

The software allows nursing facilities to instantly request staff and for clinicians to take control of their schedule, potentially picking up shifts in less than 72 hours, which gives flexibility to nurses booking shifts. An associated machine-learning algorithm also matches prices and people, and based on previous behaviour, Caulfield tells me that it can predict staffing-gaps before they happen, which appears to be solving problems at scale.

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