London-based Caring Support, an employment platform built to match healthcare workers with jobs, announced this week it had inked a deal with Ottawa-based healthcare network Bruyère. The partnership will see Bruyère using Caring Support to “fill crucial clinical positions that provide specialized care across its hospital campuses and long-term care homes in Ottawa.” The partnership was made through a commercialization project supported by the Coordinated Accessible National Health Network, a group that is working to apply tech solutions to healthcare problems. “It is a tremendous opportunity to get our product to the right users while helping Bruyère attract skilled candidates and meet their recruitment goals,” said Caring Support founder Joseph Jongsma (pictured). Launched in 2020 and guided by a board that includes former London Health Sciences Centre CEO Dr. Paul Woods, Caring Support notched 10,000 users last month.
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