Health Tech Platform Hydreight Has Added Service Providers in More Than 600 Cities

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Published on March 17, 2023

Hydreight Technologies on-demand home healthcare and wellness platform, announced that it has onboarded new service providers in 612 cities in the past 12 months. Hydreight is now available throughout the U.S., with California, Georgia, Texas, and New York had the strongest growth in the past year.

Hydreight allows nurses and other licensed health professionals to deliver care independently, outside of traditional medical facilities. Hydreight offers an Uber-style marketplace for nurses in the U.S. to care for patients who book services using a mobile app. Nurses visit the patient’s homes to provide services, including IV vitamin infusions, aesthetic injections, diagnostic tests, and similar care. Nurses, who suffered burnout working extended shifts during the Covid crisis, find Hydreight appealing because they can make their own hours.

The Company plans to expand the variety of services available.

“Nurses on our platform can choose the services they want to offer, make their own hours, and be their own bosses,” said Shane Madden, CEO of Hydreight. “We see nurses using Hydreight to change their lifestyle to one with more flexibility, or to simply supplement their income on the side by picking up a few hours of work whenever they choose.”

A recent survey by the American Nurses Foundation found that 43% of nurses have considered leaving the profession.

“The pandemic state of emergency will be lifted this Summer, but for nurses, there remains a state of emergency. Nurses are burned out, striking, and leaving the profession altogether,” added Madden. “It’s not because they don’t love what they do, but overwhelmingly due to challenging working conditions. Hydreight offers an alternative solution, a solution which enables them to have more control over their lives and careers.”

Hydreight nurses work independently with the oversight of a Hydreight medical director. Nurses have access to competitively priced prescriptions via a 503B licensed pharmacy, as well as a full suite of HIPPA-compliant tools to manage the operations of their business, including scheduling and payments. The platform includes tools for accounting, documentation, sales, inventory, booking, and managing patient data, making it possible to nurses to deliver fully-compliant mobile medicine across 50 states.

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