IntelyCare has received a $10.8 million investment to expand development and adoption of its intelligent workforce management solution for post-acute healthcare facilities, the company announced earlier this month.
The Series A round was led by Leerink Revelation Partners with participation from Longmeadow Capital, LRVHealth and Bill Mantzoukas, an entrepreneur who has owned and operated a series of skilled nursing facilities. IntelyCare has now raised a total of $14 million.
The system is meant to help providers have an easier way to fill shifts.
“The staffing shortage is a real challenge, and better allocation of nursing professionals – which can be done by giving them more freedom and flexibility to work where and when they want — needs to be part of the solution,” said David Coppins, co-founder and CEO of IntelyCare. “As a company that brings nursing professionals and healthcare facilities together to align their mutual interests, IntelyCare is a true partner for both sides that can ease administrative burdens, create a better work-life balance and, ultimately, improve patient care.”