Two software publishers for managing healthcare professionals' replacements have merged to form a single entity, named Hublo. After five years of working towards the same goal, the teams at Whoog and medGo have teamed up to change the daily lives of millions of healthcare professionals by providing them with simple digital tools that allow them to focus on their primary mission: caring for patients.
Whoog and medGo have been aiming to simplify the task of managing the replacements of healthcare professionals such as doctors and nurses. The merger of these two companies will create a new entity with 60 employees and a presence in 1,500 public and private healthcare establishments.
By combining their technical expertise, these two startups have invested in their research and development efforts, which will lead to the development of new, innovative solutions. The economic context resulting from the current health crisis has also highlighted the need for Whoog and medGo to merge, in order to strengthen the new entity's financial position and accelerate the deployment of their solution internationally.
Whoog is a software publisher that specializes in healthcare workforce management solutions. It simplifies the management of healthcare professionals' replacements, so that hospitals and clinics can respond quickly to the needs of their patients. medGo, on the other hand, is a software publisher that specializes in the same field, providing efficient medical staff replacement solutions to healthcare establishments.
Hublo, aims to bring together the best of both worlds and continue developing innovative solutions that make the lives of healthcare professionals easier. Their focus will be on providing the most efficient and streamlined solutions for managing healthcare workforce replacements, which will allow healthcare professionals to better focus on their patients.