Announcements

November 2, 2020

We are pleased to announce that Elivie, France selected the eShift platform to help leverage the expertise in care management of Elivie’s medical staff. eShift® is a secure, web-based technology that enables a model of care that has been clinically proven to lower readmission rates, increase capacity with existing front-line nursing staff, and lower total treatment costs.
Sensory Technologies Inc., the creators of eShift, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Stuart Feldman to its Board of Directors in 2020. Mr. Feldman brings a breadth of healthtech experience garnered in senior roles with PointClickCare Technologies Inc. over the past fourteen years. He is currently General Manager of their Canadian division, reporting directly to the President.
February 10, 2020

Detroit, Michigan – ReGroup Healthcare Management Services, LLC is pleased to announce that as of December 2019, the eShift® platform was selected to provide advanced homecare services in conjunction with ReGroup Healthcares HomeTeam Mobile Diagnostics service offerings. eShift® is a secure, web-based technology that has been clinically proven to lower readmission rates, provide increased capacity with existing front-line nursing staff, and lower total treatment costs.
January 6, 2020

Brampton, ON – Sensory Technologies is pleased to announce that as of September 1st , the first project with Central West LHIN, involving Complex Pediatric Care went live in eShift®. eShift® is a secure, web-based technology that has been clinically proven to lower readmission rates, provide increased capacity with existing front-line nursing staff, lower total treatment costs, increase consistent team-based care, and improve the family caregiver and patient experience.
December 30, 2019

We are pleased to announce yet another collaboration with Sheffield Teaching Hospital in England, UK. Jointly funded by the University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT, a new pilot study for the rehabilitation of stroke survivors in the community will be live in spring 2020.

The Sheffield Community Stroke Service (CSS) at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, delivers home based rehabilitation and wants to develop a Band 4 Specialist Rehabilitation Assistant role.