IntelyCare Establishes Partnership with DailyPay to Provide Nursing Professionals Faster Access to Earned Pay

IntelyCare Establishes Partnership with DailyPay to Provide Nursing Professionals Faster Access to Earned Pay

IntelyPros can now choose to receive a portion of their pay on the same day that they work their shifts with DailyPay. Since the new benefit's introduction, 70 percent of eligible IntelyPros have enrolled. Those who use DailyPay have had their earnings from a shift deposited directly into their bank accounts.

Fremont, CA: IntelyCare, the leading intelligent workforce management solution for post-acute facilities, has partnered with DailyPay to provide nursing professionals with on-demand access to their earned income. The collaboration provides IntelyCare employees, known as IntelyPros, with greater financial flexibility for healthcare workers during this difficult economic period.

IntelyPros can now choose to receive a portion of their pay on the same day that they work their shifts with DailyPay. Since the new benefit's introduction, 70 percent of eligible IntelyPros have enrolled. Those who use DailyPay have had their earnings from a shift deposited directly into their bank accounts. The instant access to their earnings allows these IntelyPros to pay for necessities such as food, childcare, transportation, and other expenses that directly impact their daily lives.

"The first time I completed my shift with DailyPay, about 15 minutes later, I got a notification that my DailyPay Balance went up," stated Brianna Douglas, a certified nursing assistant from Lynn, MA. "I cashed out and took my kids to a nice little dinner and we had fun. With a job like mine, those things make a difference."

Increasing access to income is just the latest example of how IntelyCare is breaking the mold for the traditionally overworked and underpaid nursing community. As new COVID-19 variants threaten public health, nurses are fleeing in record numbers, and the country may soon face a shortage of 1.1 million nurses. To keep nursing professionals healthy, happy, and at the bedside, the specific causes of this exodus must be addressed.