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Cureatr has developed a mobile-enabled solution that delivers real-time, actionable alerts anytime a patient has a care event or transition. The company helps ACOs, hospitals and health systems, specialty care providers, payers and physician group practices track patients in real-time throughout the care continuum and improve care coordination. Cureatr builds networks of Care Transition Notifications (CTNs) paired with a robust mobile care coordination platform. It is these CTNs that alert clinicians on mobile or desktop applications when an attributed patient is receiving care anywhere within a region and delivers necessary information that is essential to reducing preventable hospitalizations and avoiding readmissions. Cureatr's platform highlights: Secure Messaging Cureatr lets providers connect in real-time to communicate and share important information. Its HIPAA-secure solution has all the features physicians need to communicate the message they want. They can read receipts, share files, quick message to one another, and find anyone, anytime from a smartphone or a web-based app. Care Transitions Cureatr notifies providers about patient transitions in real-time and connects them across settings to coordinate care. The solution offers actionable alerts, connects the right people and provides them with the right information, such as patient location, admitting physician, attending physician, diagnosis, and more. It also lets users send attachments directly to the care team through secure messaging. Clinical Workflow Finally, Cureatr helps providers optimize care processes with best practices and custom workflow checklists. It helps care team members stay on top of progress and improve processes, such as hospital admissions, patient discharge, care transitions, missed treatments and lab results. Also, users are able to create custom workflows and integrate with third-party software through the Cureatr API.
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Funding 💰

Total $19.1M
Select investors Activate Venture Partners, Cardinal Partners, JMI Equity, Cerner Capital, Windham Venture Partners, Deerfield Management, Partnership Fund for New York City
Last update: April 3, 2018