KARE launches KARE Communities mobile app
Houston, Texas Jan 5, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – KARE, the first digital labor marketplace dedicated to the senior housing and post-acute industry announces the launch of the KARE Communities mobile app, to complement their KARE Community web portal. As part of KARE’s continuous efforts to solve the labor crisis for the senior living industry, KARE Communities was designed specifically to help senior living administrators and supervisors easily find and schedule nurses and caregivers to fill open shifts at their communities.
With the current massive nursing shortage, senior care communities are facing increasing stress to find these nurses and caregivers in order to stay open and serve America’s seniors. KARE developed this app to help ease the process of finding and hiring qualified staff to maintain sufficient staffing levels.
As a former senior care operator himself, KARE CEO, Charles Turner understands the challenge of maintaining adequate staff levels. The development of the KARE Communities app was important, in his view, to ease the challenge of scheduling staff while being out and about in a community. “Administrators and staffing coordinators are with residents and not sitting at a desk all day, especially when short staffed! We wanted to develop a tool they could use to fill open shifts from the conveince of their phones,” said Turner.
The KARE Communities App is available in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and is compatible with Android OS version 9+ and Apple iOS 14+ mobile phones.
KARE is the first labor marketplace dedicated solely to the Senior Housing and Post-Acute industry. KARE connects qualified caregivers and nurses with Senior Care Communities and Nursing Homes. The KARE app gives caregivers the flexibility to create a schedule that works for them, and it gives communities the ability to quickly fill open shifts, delivering a revolutionary approach to solving staffing challenges.
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