TORONTO, April 06, 2018 – VitalHub Corp. (the “Company” or “VitalHub”) (TSXV:VHI) is pleased to announce its innovate long-term care application VH LTC has successfully been launched at Saint Luke’s Place long-term care home and seniors residential community.
“As early adopters of this technology, we have embraced the tremendous benefits to improving the quality of resident care each and every day” says Brian Swainson, CEO at Saint Luke’s Place in Cambridge, Ontario.
While the system is still new, Saint Luke’s Place has been working with the software developer to maximize the functionality and breadth of application, all with a focus on client-centred care.
“Paperwork is reduced, with enhanced communication among staff team members. Immediate, on-the-spot mobile technology ensures accurate charting of residents’ Activities of Daily Living and improvements to managing care and treatment. Our goal has been less time spent on paperwork, allowing an increased focus on quality time spent with our residents,” added Swainson. “Our staff team members have been very receptive to the new technology, and we are thrilled with the learnings and improvements that have come with this leading-edge innovation in resident care management.”
VitalHub delivers an innovate platform for the creation of mobile health applications that increases productivity within healthcare settings. The VitalHub platform provides the ability to integrate existing individual healthcare applications while maintaining the control, security and privacy essential in healthcare. VitalHub’s applications are focused on the fast-growing mental health and long term care markets and the company plans to strategically acquire and grow business in these areas. Currently over 50 healthcare institutions across Canada use products from VitalHub and its subsidiaries.
VitalHub is based in Toronto, ON, and publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange: VHI.
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