Healthcare staffing startup ShiftKey raises $300M
ShiftKey, a startup that connects healthcare workers and facilities with open shifts, raised $300 million, bringing its valuation to more than $2 billion.
ShiftKey offers a platform that lets nursing, certified nursing assistants and other healthcare professionals search for per diem shifts in their area, bid on those shifts and build their schedules.
The Dallas-based company said it has worked with thousands of licensed healthcare professionals across more than 10,000 facilities across the country.
“Nurses continue to choose to work on their own terms,” Tom Ellis, founder and CEO of ShiftKey, said in a statement.
“Our vision is to empower nurses and other licensed professionals through the combination of our core marketplace product along with additional technology ...
...and tools such as scheduling, payments, education and credentialing. We are appreciative of the support of our investors who share in this objective.”
Nomad Health, an online job portal for temporary healthcare workers, announced a $105 million raise over the summer.
In April, nurse-staffing platform IntelyCare scooped up $115 million in Series C funding, bumping the company’s valuation to $1.1 billion.
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