The healthcare system has always evolved with technology. Worldwide revenue for home health care devices and services will rise to $12.6 billion in 2018, up from $5.7 billion in 2013, according to a report from IT research firm IHS Technology. AlayaCare is an example of a company that is using a software platform to provide the future of healthcare. This revolutionary start-up was part of Branham’s top 25 Canadian up and coming ICT list released in May 2016.
Brady Murphy, VP of Business Development and Sales at AlayaCare, has been involved with the business since the time of its beta launch. Murphy was an integral part of bringing the technology to market in 2014 through his knowledge of revenue generation and his determination to make desired outcomes a reality.
AlayaCare’s vision is to “revolutionize the in-home care experience,” explained Murphy, “we provide both a platform to achieve operational workflow excellence, as well as face-to-face and virtual care clinical solutions.” With a combination of clinical documentation, back office solutions and next-generation technology, AlayaCare is able to offer their B2B customers an end- to- end home healthcare platform to deliver better healthcare outcomes.
Being on Branham’s list of the top 25 Canadian up and coming ICT companies is a familiar position to be in for Murphy and the AlayaCare team. Through leadership, hard work and determination, the team made the list in 2008 and 2010 with their companies Vortex Mobile and Vortex Connect. These businesses were later acquired before the creation of AlayaCare. “Nothing would have been achieved if it weren’t for the extremely talented staff that have been part of our startups,” says Murphy.
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