TORONTO, March 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- BookJane Inc. ("BookJane") will provide care facilities free access to its BookJane J360 "Front Line Cloud" platform to connect with thousands of BookJane's resource pools to help relieve staffing shortages caused by COVID-19, with many positions to be available at cost.
"The pandemic is causing staffing shortages at many facilities across North America," stated Curtis Khan, CEO and Founder of BookJane. "Healthcare workers are working long hours; many are getting fatigued and some even sick. Healthcare facilities need to leverage their internal staff as best as possible, but they also need access to external workers to balance the growing demands being put on them by the pandemic. We can help by providing real-time access to pools of external resources available in their areas and for many positions, it will be at cost."
"We want to help where we can, so effective today, we will waive all administration and overhead costs on a number of external staff for any facility using our platform. We know time is of the essence when it comes to keeping shifts filled during COVID-19. Our solution can be quickly implemented and can provide immediate relief," said Khan. BookJane will be providing key essential volunteer workers: outbreak support workers, childcare providers, servers, delivery drivers, concierge staff, cleaners, screeners, assistant cooks, and dishwashers through their BookJane360 platform at what they pay the service providers. This is also putting people back to work. The BookJane platform also has full access to Registered Nurses and other health care positions.
BookJane's "Front Line Cloud Platform" optimizes existing resource pools, including sister facility locations from other care facilities, and provides access to external resources when shortages occur. Leveraging staff from all sources—internal and external—is critical to ensure ongoing quality care and preventing staff fatigue.
"Facilities can't organize their staff without clear, concise communications. Lapses in communication are particularly dangerous at this time. BookJane's solution enables secure, direct communications between organizations, their teams, and their individual care workers—including external resources," stated Khan. "Our goal continues to be helping facilities deliver consistent health care throughout this crisis."
BookJane's "front line cloud platform" is online, connecting staff 24/7/365 from any device at any location.
BookJane's platform can be deployed virtually and immediately. To save on external staffing and solve your labor shortage, please sign-up at www.bookjane360.com, email [email protected] or call 1-855-265-5263.
About BookJane Inc.
BookJane is the world's first award-winning healthcare platform that allows Care Communities to create their own gig-economy to more efficiently utilize their staff, reduce costs and provide better care. The enterprise platform is currently being offered throughout the United States and Canada.
For more information on BookJane, please visit: www.bookjane.com
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