More than 1,600 senior care homes adopted a Kanata North-based healthcare IT company’s automated messaging technology in 2020 to streamline communication between staff, residents and families.
Cliniconex’s Automated Care Messaging (ACM) platform allows users to create one-to-many voice messages, alleviating the need for individual or manual communication.
Amidst the pandemic, this technology became vital for care homes to communicate healthcare mandates, vaccination updates, and visitation policies to families.
The company says over six million messages were sent on the platform in this quarter, resulting in one million hours of saved staff time.
Cliniconex recently launched an addition to the platform focused on employee communication. The update makes it easier for doctors, nurses and administrators to coordinate internal operations.
The e-health company has had a presence in the Kanata North tech park since 2011 – a graduate of the L-Spark accelerator program – and has a list of local investors, including Wesley Clover, Calian Group and the Capital Angels Network.