GoEasyCare is Helping Our Overworked Front-line Workers and an Overstretched Healthcare System

November 09, 2021 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News

[Innisfil, ON] – It has been well-publicized that the COVID-19 crisis has led to an equally dire mental health crisis among Canada’s front-line healthcare workers.

Some experts have estimated that 40% of the entire healthcare workforce is currently suffering from burnout. Other reports estimate that 70% of workers in the most demanding sectors are burnt out.

Much of this burnout comes from the demanding conditions, restrictions, and workloads they are dealing with. However, a less-talked-about contributor is the fact that healthcare workers are currently hesitant to take much-needed sick days or mental health days. Many are afraid of how much work it is for most organizations to find someone to take their shift, and how much more burden it can put on schedulers and office admin staff.

GoEasyCare Saves Ontario's Healthcare Organizations Thousands of Hours Each Year. - PR Leap (Article)

September 28, 2021 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News

[Toronto, ON] – The pandemic has put an unprecedented amount of stress on an already overstretched healthcare system in Ontario, and this stress is not just limited to frontline workers.

Healthcare administration, Developmental Services, and Long Term Care human resource departments across Ontario have struggled to manage the skyrocketing volume of overtime and sick days. However, help is on the way. GoEasyCare helps healthcare providers with groundbreaking workflow automation that can save them countless labour hours, particularly when it comes to sick days and filling those shifts.

This healthcare app aided in the fight against COVID - Innisfil Accelerates (Podcast)

June 7, 2021 (DMZ Innisfil Accelerates) Podcast, News & Press

The GoEasyCare app makes life easier for frontline healthcare workers. Over the last year the healthcare system has been challenged like never before. And the people shouldering most of the load were front line healthcare workers. There were many displays of support and encouragement for our frontline health workers during the worst of the outbreak. But inside those hospitals long term care homes the situation was at times incredibly difficult.

Many workers became ill with Covid-19 themselves. And the system began to strain with hospital administrators left unable to fill critical shifts. Stress, anxiety and depression became real issues for health workers overwhelmed by the sheer size of the crisis. Lockdowns added to the problems as some workers used to picking up shifts in different areas were now limited to just one. That made scheduling frontline health workers extraordinarily difficult.