Sector Partner Program
What is OLTCA's new Sector Partner Program (SPP)?
SPP is a new partnership program that was developed to align with key industry partners in support of the critical advocacy needed to ensure support and investment for Ontario's long-term care sector.
OLTCA 2021 Sector Champions:
BookJane is an award-winning, cloud-based staff mobilization, optimization and communication technology platform for health care facilities. Our solution connects facilities with their internal and agency staff, as well as over 20,000 health care workers on the BookJane platform so they can fill open shifts, solve their staffing shortages and provide the very best patient and resident care.
StaffStat is an automated shift-filling solution that helps Long Term Care homes optimize their staffing by reaching their own staff in seconds and intuitively predicting shift needs days, weeks and even months in advance. Plan A works in tandem with StaffStat, offering homes an effective & efficient back-up staffing model that supports employees and keeps residents safe and cared for. Together, they provide a compassionate, forward-thinking and strategic staffing strategy.
PointClickCare leads the way in helping care providers connect, collaborate, and share data within their network. Recently, PointClickCare acquired Collective Medical to provide diverse care teams across the care continuum real-time patient insights at any stage of a patient’s healthcare journey, enabling better decision making and improved clinical outcomes at lower cost. Over 21,000 long-term and post-acute care providers and over 1,300 hospitals use PointClickCare and Collective Medical today. For more information on PointClickCare’s software solutions, visit PointClickCare.com.
OLTCA 2021 Sector Supporter:
ARJO believes that empowering movement within healthcare environments is essential to quality care. Their products and solutions are designed to promote a safe and dignified experience through patient handling, medical beds, personal hygiene, disinfection, and the prevention of pressure injuries and venous thromboembolism. With over 6000 people worldwide and 60 years caring for patients, residents and healthcare professionals, they are committed to driving healthier outcomes for people facing mobility challenges.
For more information on the SPP program or how your company can get involved, please contact Michelle Gradini at [email protected].