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January 27, 2022 | Tom Ballard

Three Jumpstart Foundry participants offering solutions to healthcare worker burnout issue

Three participants in the Jumpstart Foundry Fall 2021 cohort have different approaches to addressing burnout among healthcare professionals that has only been exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The three, spotlighted in the January edition of “This Month at Jumpstart Foundry,” are:

  • HireMe Healthcare, a free service that offers an integrated web and mobile platform to centralize hiring by directly connecting frontline workers to hiring managers based on its proprietary algorithm and geo-location. By facilitating quick placements and safe staffing levels, HireMe helps healthcare organizations save money and improve patient care and outcomes.
  • Rekruut which helps organizations expedite their physician credentialing needs through innovative design. The company’s model sidesteps the need for clinician buy-in and moves through the credentialing process in an accelerated timely manner getting the clinician to work sooner, while greatly reducing lost facility revenue due to unnecessary delays.
  • ArchiveCore which accelerates the traditional credentialing process that typically takes 90-120 days by providing a credentialing solution that allows a team to verify primary source records in minutes so that positions can be filled faster, and new hires onboarded more rapidly.

Those three, along with the other participants in the latest cohort, will briefly pitch and be available in follow-up virtual sessions during the “Jumpstart Foundry First Look: Fall 2021” event from 1 to 2:30 p.m. CST on February 18. Registration is at this link.

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