MONTREAL (November 9, 2022)—AlayaCare, a leading home care technology provider, announced today that the province of Newfoundland & Labrador has procured AlayaCare as its preferred solutions provider to digitize and integrate its home care services. This province-wide deployment will introduce unified data collection, improved monitoring, measurement, and analytics, resulting in better experiences for clients and care providers. AlayaCare is building a seamless bridge between health authorities, homecare service providers and family caregivers to provide insights for better care and outcomes.
This is the second province-wide adoption for AlayaCare Cloud, following adoption in Prince Edward Island. AlayaCare products and platforms are also used by health authorities in six other Canadian provinces to manage homecare programs. As demand for home-based care continues to skyrocket, all Canadian provinces are mobilizing to digitize and modernize the way they will work with public and private home care providers. Since AlayaCare acquired Procura in 2020, the company now collectively serves Ministries of Health and regional health authorities in Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia.
This is the first time in Canada that a health care system will supply accessible technology to family caregivers, efficiently connecting them to provincial health authorities while also enabling electronic visit verification. The Department of Health and Community Services is adopting recommendations from a 2018 report by Deloitte to improve oversight of self-managed care delivered home care using AlayaCare to help reform and refine oversight, financial management integrity, and visit verification.
“We’ve always believed that the future of home care in Canada lies in the adoption of provincial platforms that connect intelligent data for both public and private home care providers,” said Adrian Schauer, CEO and founder of AlayaCare. “We feel this is the optimal way to enable better collaboration between regional health authorities, home care agencies/providers, and family caregivers to create a positive client and caregiver experience.”