Hayylo and Umps team up

(l-r) UMPS Founders, Adam Jahnke and Geoff Ayre

Care tech businesses Hayylo and Umps have announced a partnership to integrate their technologies to help providers adapt to the new Support at Home reforms, which are designed to improve service delivery in the home, with an implementation deadline of 1 July 2024.

Both Hayylo and Umps share similar DNA in that they both launched around the same time (circa 2016), with Umps providing well-being monitoring through the use of personal alarm pendants and other in-home monitoring technology.

The integration brings together Hayylo’s purpose-built care service platform with insights generated by the Umps Link smart home technology that uses powerful analytics to develop a profile of a person’s usual behaviour, and provides alerts when something changes.

Hayylo customers will also be able to engage clients directly through the Umps Link Hub, opening a new communication channel that doesn’t rely on people needing to answer their phones or check an SMS.

In addition to new funding proposed for “remote monitoring”, technology can play a key role in workforce management and developing care plans that evolve as people’s needs change.

Adam Jahnke, CEO of Umps

Hayylo’s partnership with Umps means that customers will be able to leverage this safety-critical connection into the home to deliver greater value to their clients.

Hayylo Care Service platform


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