• Hydreight Technologies (NURS) has onboarded licensed health and wellness service providers in over 612 cities in the past 12 months.
  • Patients can use the app to book home health and wellness services
  • Nurses on the platform can choose the services they offer and set their own hours
  • Hydreight nurses work independently with the oversight of a Hydreight medical director and have access to a digital pharmacy and tools to manage their business
  • Hydreight Technologies is an on-demand home healthcare and wellness platform
  • Hydreight Technologies Inc. (NURS) is down 1.89 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.52 per share at 3 pm ET

Hydreight Technologies (NURS) has onboarded licensed health and wellness service providers in over 612 cities in the past 12 months.

Hydreight is available throughout the U.S., with California, Georgia, Texas, and New York showing the strongest growth in the past year. Its unique regulatory framework makes it possible for nurses and other licensed health and wellness professionals to deliver care independently outside of traditional medical facilities.

Patients can use the app to book home health and wellness services, ranging from IV infusions to diagnostic tests, personal care, aesthetic services, and more. The Company has plans to continue to expand the variety of services available.

Shane Madden, CEO of Hydreight, commented on the news.

“Nurses on our platform can choose the services they want to offer, make their own hours, and be their own bosses. 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 at least 43 per cent of nurses are considering 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 and have access to a digital pharmacy, as well as a full suite of HIPPA-compliant tools to manage the operations of their business, including scheduling, payments, and more.

About Hydreight Technologies Inc.

Hydreight Technologies is an on-demand home healthcare and wellness platform that empowers nurses, med spa technicians, and other licensed healthcare professionals to deliver services independently, on their own terms, or add mobile services to existing location-based operations. The network offers medical director oversight, liability insurance, HIPAA-compliant documentation, competitively priced prescriptions via a 503B licensed pharmacy, and more. The platform includes an easy-to-use suite of tools for accounting, documentation, sales, inventory, booking, managing patient data, and more, making it possible to deliver fully-compliant mobile medicine across 50 states.

Hydreight Technologies Inc. (NURS) is down 1.89 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.52 per share at 3 pm ET.


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