Boston-based IntelyCare, an on-demand healthcare staffing solution for skilled nursing facilities and assisted living centers just announced $10.8 million Series A Funding round.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts there will be nearly 1.2 million registered nurse vacancies by 2022, with nurses in home care, long-term care, outpatient and rehabilitation work settings needed most.
With an intelligent matching and pricing engine, IntelyCare provides a seamless solution to staffing challenges with minimal manual involvement. Shifts can be filled in as little as 6 hours in advance, and predictive analytics help forecast potential openings weeks in advance, making it easier to immediately fill shifts once they’re officially posted.
Chris Caulfield co-founded the business with health care IT expert Ike Nnah in 2015. The two set out on a mission to change the never-ending nursing shortage. IntelyCare currently serves 200 skilled nursing facilities, rehabs, and assisted living facilities in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.