AlayaCare Aims to Push the Innovation Boundaries of Home Care

Ahead of the weekend, MHW learned that Toronto-based AlayaCare — a leading provider of home care software — has achieved two milestones for health innovation: Mars Innovation Partnership – Procurement by Co-Design Grant; and the development of a patent pending in machine learning.

As a leading provider of home care software, AlayaCare has what it says is “a vision to improve health outcomes by employing advanced technology solutions, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and optimization to improve health outcomes, improve access to healthcare and bring efficiency of operations to providers of home care.”

“Virtually every home care provider struggles with lack of caregiver staff, compressed financial margins and inefficient scheduling operations. This project tackles all three,” says Adrian Schauer, CEO of AlayaCare. “We are excited about the positive impact this project will have on both home care services and the lives of personal support workers.”

“We are excited about the positive impact this project will have on both home care services and the lives of our more than 1,200 personal support workers,” adds Drew Wesley, VHA’s Director of Information Management and Technology. “We’re confident that the solution AlayaCare and VHA Home HealthCare develop together to solve these challenges will be a game-changer in the home care industry.”

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