GE Healthcare: Long-Term Care Nurse Staffing Solutions with Rebecca Love, IntelyCare

Nursing shortages combined with COVID have accelerated the nurse staffing crisis for both acute and long-term care facilities. When there aren’t enough nurses to staff SNFs and ALFs, those downstream bottlenecks create capacity issues for acute care facilities as well. Discover how IntelyCare is using technology to match nurses with open shifts – and empowering nurses to choose when and where they work — to alleviate some of the staffing strain for long-term care facilities.

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