Kevala is an intelligent workforce management and care orchestration platform specifically built to address the unique needs of long-term care organizations, including senior living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, home care, and hospice.
Kevala is dedicated to building delightful products that empower teams to be incredibly efficient, ace critical business processes, & stay compliant.
Kevala was founded in 2020 by Todd Owens, with support from Noah Kusz, Jake Gordon, and Patrick Lawler. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with presence in Oregon, Utah, Montana and Texas.
Kevala supports staffing, compliance and more for healthcare customers. It’s focused initially on long-term care organizations, including senior living and skilled nursing facilities, which are suffering from worker shortages exacerbated by the pandemic.
Kevala’s software enables healthcare facilities to schedule workers, organize the labor pool and track caregiver credentials. Customers can manage in-house staff via the platform or broadcast open shifts to preferred agencies to pull in temporary staff.
Kevala is already working with over 50 customers, including pilot partner Aegis Living. Customers can also tap into Kevala’s pool of more than 1,000 registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants.
Kevala is backed by Cercano Management (formerly Vulcan Capital), Costanoa Ventures, High Alpha, and PSL Ventures. The company raised $12.1M in a Series A round on Feb 14, 2022. This brings Kevala's total funding to $16.1M to date.