HCI and iTacit

/HCI and iTacit

June 24, 2015

iTacit LogoFredericton, Canada, June 23, 2015 – iTacit Healthcare and Home Care Institute (HCI) today announced a collaboration that will combine HCI’s education content for home care and hospice with iTacit’s compliance, training and connectivity software. Both companies are committed to leveraging technology to cost effectively support the training and education needs of a mobile healthcare workforce.

HCI is a provider of education for the home health and hospice industries. They provide a comprehensive library of online training courses and resources for hundreds of organizations and thousands of end-users in all 50 states and Canada.

“We were looking for a technology partner who could take our services to the next level,” said Lu Post, President of HCI. “iTacit is so much more than just another learning management system. They have one of the best platforms I’ve seen in my 25-plus years in this business.”

“Our clients don’t have time to integrate complex software, but they do understand the efficiencies that technology can bring to their businesses,” said Post. “iTacit’s platform is easy-to-use and automates manual tasks so my clients can focus on their business of providing care.”

From day one, iTacit helps healthcare managers build the most capable workforce possible. iTacit’s cloud-based software cost-effectively delivers and tracks training. Users can access training anytime and anywhere, expediting onboarding and on-going education.

iTacit’s communication technology connects a mobile and disconnected workforce to an agency’s culture and management expectations. Organizations can spread critical and time sensitive messages to employees wherever and whenever they are working.

“We are excited to be collaborating with a leader in the home care education field,” said Mike Sandrock, COO of iTacit Healthcare. “iTacit is an ideal fit for the home care and hospice industries, as our software brings accountability, visibility and connectivity – all critical features when managing a mobile workforce.”

The partnership will extend iTacit’s presence in the U.S. home care and hospice sector. iTacit’s current customers will also benefit by having access to HCI’s expansive library of course content.

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About the Author:

Lu Post is President and Founder of Home Care Institute. She has over 25 years of home care and hospice experience, largely in senior leadership and educational roles. In addition, she has over 20 years of experience in the field of educational technology and instructional design. Ms. Post has a Master's of Nursing degree from Emory University as a Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Master’s of Education with a focus on Instructional Design and Technology-Based Learning.