In The News
A recap of IntelyCare’s recent news mentions.
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IntelyCare’s CEO, David Coppins, discusses the implications of COVID-19 on the lives of nursing professionals and businesses, in tandem with a chronicle of a nurse on the front lines. Read the full story here.
IntelyCare’s CEO, David Coppins, talks with Boston Business Journal about being honored as one of their Fast50 companies for 2020, as well as IntelyCare’s changed focus in recent years and its growth in 2020. Read the full article here.
IntelyCare is honored as one of Boston Business Journals Fast50 companies of 2020. This award recognizes the fifty fastest-growing companies in Massachusetts this year. Read the full article here.
IntelyCare’s online COVID-19 training course for nursing professionals was featured in Healthcare IT News in tandem with other healthcare technologies that promote virtual education and provide remote resources amidst the virus. Read the full article here.
IntelyCare CEO, David Coppins, highlights the importance of hazard pay for nursing professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic, and his thankfulness to Massachusetts legislatures who removed the pay cap for per-diem and temporary nursing agencies and staff in the...
IntelyCare is a gold sponsor of Interfaith Social Services’ Stop the Stigma 5K, an event to help erase stigmas surrounding mental illness and addiction and to support families dealing with such difficulties. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be held...
IntelyCare's COVID-19 training course has been featured in Healthcare IT Today's List of Free COVID-19 Health IT Products and Services. Read the full list here.
IntelyCare’s efforts to encourage Massachusetts to pay per diem staff higher wages amidst the COVID-19 outbreak were featured in the Boston Globe, as well as information from IntelyCare’s CEO regarding nursing wages in Massachusetts and elsewhere. Read the full...
IntelyCare CEO David Coppins outlines the issues regarding hazard pay for nurses and rate caps for facilities in Massachusetts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full article here.
IntelyCare has called on the state of Massachusetts to temporarily lift the wage cap for nursing agencies so that nursing professionals in Massachusetts nursing facilities can receive boosted rates. WGBH provides updates from Gov. Charlie Baker. Read the full...