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151 – The realities of change in community care; Simon Heaysman, Hayylo

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151 – The realities of change in community care; Simon Heaysman, Hayylo

Let’s see how optimising communication in home care makes things easier all around! Simon Hayes is the co-founder of Hayylo. He is focused on building a world where customers can…
June 28, 2021

151 – The realities of change in community care; Simon Heaysman, Hayylo

Let’s see how optimising communication in home care makes things easier all around!

Simon Hayes is the co-founder of Hayylo. He is focused on building a world where customers can seamlessly connect and communicate with their providers, friends and families. Simon is a generalist entrepreneur.

Hayylo is a purpose-built communications platform. It is helping providers to engage effectively and efficiently with clients, families and their support teams. Hayylo bolts onto the provider’s current record systems, CMS and other infrastructure they already have in place, enabling them to share information out into the community. 

In this episode, Pete and Simon have a conversation about the Hayylo platform, the importance of person-led care, and the opportunities for innovation at scale within the health and aged care sectors. 

This episode is packed with innovation guides for aged care and home care. From this episode, you will understand just how implementing and improving communication channels give rise to person-led care and reduce the cost and other pressures for the providers, the client, their families and support teams. 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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