Aged care tech start-up Hayylo has formed a partnership with Telstra Health to help simplify digital technology adoption through the integration of their platforms.
Hayylo was founded in 2016 by Greg Satur (pictured) and Simon Heaysman, and recently announced board appointments that included Chris Gray who co-founded iCare Health before selling the business to Telstra Health in 2014.
“Our companies share the same drive for a more connected and tech-enabled sector. Hayylo is a well-developed communication platform that complements our solutions as an added value to our client base”, said Michael Donnelly, Head of Aged & Disability at Telstra Health.
The partnership aims to further support Telstra Health’s client base via Hayylo’s smart communication platform and provider-branded mobile apps. Providers using Telstra Health’s solutions can implement Hayylo which will work in the background and automatically integrate data to drive operational efficiency. It then powers easier and transparent ways for care recipients, families and teams to self-service information around schedules, visit details, requests, care notes, statements and budget use.
Additionally, as the Hayylo platform focuses on helping providers orchestrate changes and requests from their care recipients and communities, it helps to reduce the daily effort providers spend on manual communications. Respecting care recipients’ preferences, the platform helps to keep them fully aware of their care the way they want – via app, SMS, email or phone. By doing so, the provider’s teams have seen up to 60% more free time to spend on care instead of answering repetitive calls for simple enquiries.
“We are very excited to be supporting Telstra Health clients now and into the future with our integrated communications platform. It’s great to partner with leading organisations in our space such as Telstra Health, who share a vision of an integrated and seamless environment for providers and care recipients”, explains Greg Satur, CEO and Co-founder of Hayylo.
Hayylo has been reporting significant growth over the last 12 months with a number of providers choosing the technology to help improve communications with care recipients.