As the pandemic continues to shed light on the urgent need for sustainable home care for Canada’s most vulnerable populations, AlayaCare is improving the quality of home care delivery across Canada.
In British Columbia, where government predicts almost a quarter of its population will be over the age of 65 by 2031, adapting to support the care and lifestyle preferences of an aging but active and connected cohort can be accelerated with technology.
AlayaCare is a cloud-based home care software platform for agencies looking for innovation and efficiencies across the entire agency. AlayaCare prides itself on its role in helping home and community care agencies deliver better care outcomes.
Last year the well-funded Montreal-headquartered startup acquired Victoria’s Procura giving it offices across Canada. Now with over 70 local staff based in Victoria and actively growing, AlayaCare is one of the capital city’s largest technology employers.
Through strategic acquisitions, AlayaCare has heightened its customers’ ability to implement interRAI assessments, which provide a valuable source of information that can be applied to patient care to better track patient health and care services.
For care providers, interRAI assessments provide a common language across care environments and this can help improve consistency and quality of care and contribute to the concept of having one logical health record across systems and across the continuum of care.
For agencies, there’s value in data that is portable across institutional or home environments as it can be used to unearth key issues and adjust care plans accordingly.
“Our digital strategy of delivering world recognized assessment tools and the ability to seamlessly capitalize on platform innovation makes AlayaCare a powerful care delivery partner,” said Scott Overhill, Chief Business Officer, AlayaCare.
“Having a long-standing and thriving business in British Columbia and with the addition of the interRAI frameworks provides an exceptional opportunity for BC to gain the benefit of solutions that are commonly used throughout Canada.”