Nursing home customers avoid OT, fill gaps
Excerpt of story provided by Crain's Cleveland Business
Written by Chuck Soder
It's no wonder Eli Coury describes OnShift Inc.'s scheduling software as “the bomb.”
Mr. Coury, CEO of BHP Management LLC, said the three Northeast Ohio nursing homes he runs are spending about 20% less on nurses and nursing assistants because of the Cleveland company's software, which has helped the homes keep their staff levels even and avoid almost all overtime costs...
...OnShift in October raised $1.3 million from two local venture capital firms, Early Stage Partners and Glengary LLC. As a result, the company has hired three more sales people and is expanding its marketing efforts. Previous investors include nonprofit venture development organization JumpStart, North Coast Angel Fund LLC and four individuals, including Mr. Woodka and local entrepreneur Charles Stack...
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