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No shortage of healthcare staff, but of technology.

No staff shortage, but technology shortage. Something we say often. But why? We explain in our blog.

We all know it: healthcare is in knee-deep shit.

In our quarterly column, Dytter founder André reflects sharply on healthcare and the state of affairs surrounding the revolution that our platform is unleashing.

Sorrowful message about André's dad.

On monday, April 25th, André's dad has passed away. The idea for Dytter started with him. He had Alzheimer's and needed more and more care.

We're taking care of healthcare through a platform.

In our quarterly column, Dytter founder André reflects sharply on healthcare and the state of affairs surrounding the revolution that our platform is unleashing.

Meet the planner: Wendy

With the many conversations Dytter has with planners in the healthcare profession, special stories emerge which we love to share with our Dytter healthcare professionals. In this blog, the spotlight is on Wendy Mand.

The revolution in healthcare has been unleashed.

In our quarterly column, Dytter founder André reflects sharply on healthcare and the state of affairs surrounding the revolution that our platform is unleashing.

"In five years, Dytter's idea will be the most common thing. This is just going to happen, I'm sure of it"

The 66-year-old Tonnie Vogel has just taken early retirement, but is certainly not sitting still. As an experienced ICT manager, she is involved with Dytter and is part of the Advisory Board. "André Piso and I have the same ideas and visions. We have the same dream."

Meet the caregiver: Marjanne

With the many conversations Dytter has with caregivers in the healthcare profession, special stories emerge which we love to share with our Dytter healthcare professionals. In this blog, the spotlight is on: Marjanne Boots

Meet the colleague: Tara

Get to know the people behind Dytter. By asking ten questions about work, personal life and whatever else comes up, we give you a peek behind the scenes and you get to know our colleagues even better. This month we put Tara in the spotlight, marketing manager at Dytter.

Success stories: Cordaan and Dytter

"With Dytter you invest in a more stable relationship between freelancer and client."

Work more hours? Get additional training to reach MBO2+.

The advantages of MBO2+? You can work more hours, deliver higher quality work, and raise your fee. We explain briefly what steps you can take.

Practical tips for your BIG re-registration

As a registered level 4 or 5 nurse, every 5 years, you need to re-register your BIG. Gretha gives tips on how to do so smoothly.

Dytter: how it all started

Dytter founder André's story. "It all started with my dad. He was early 70s and had Alzheimer's. He became more dependent on my mom, and her role as caregiver got harder each day."