We recently spoke in-depth with Zachery Nielson from Bruno Health. Their app aims to provide flexible support and therapy to clients in their own homes. Zach discusses the drivers behind creating Bruno, how it works at the moment, and where they hope to take it in the future.
From a provider’s perspective, Bruno Health connects allied health professionals, and students, directly with clients in their local community, with the added benefit of flexible working arrangements where you manage your own appointments.
“So Bruno Health is a software that health professionals and students studying health or therapy-related degrees can use when going into the community. It gives access to those students or therapists in a way that automates and bypasses the administration and roadblocks that people usually experience when trying to access that help. People can connect with you and book to get services such as support work, caring or assistance.”
“The motivation came from trying to improve the disability industry. We felt that there wasn’t easy access to good quality care.”
“I work as a physio through the system and I see four to six patients a week. I could take on more quite readily, but running Bruno Health and being a physio at the same time restricts my ability to do that.”
Find out more about becoming a Bruno Health provider.