What You Should Know:
– careMESH raises $5M in seed funding to scale the adoption of its first-of-a-kind healthcare communications platform.
– careMESH is a single service for hospitals, health systems, and other healthcare delivery organizations which offers a National Provider Directory, patient event notifications, secure communications, and transition of care workflows.
careMESH, a Reston, VA-based healthcare communications platform announced it has raised $5M in seed funding led by Assurance Capital and Pavey Family Investments, with participation by other early-stage investor funds and individuals and was closed in April 2020. careMESH is a single service for hospitals, health systems, and other healthcare delivery organizations which offers a National Provider Directory, patient event notifications, secure communications, and transition of care workflows.
Over the past few months, the COVID-19
pandemic has brought attention to this critical need for streamlined,
interoperable healthcare communications to extend care team collaboration and
reduce reliance on fax machines. careMESH is now bridging that gap for
hospitals with the National Provider Directory which has over 5.1M individual
practitioner and organizational listings—the most complete directory available
in the market. Their Delivery Manager also ensures healthcare organizations can
share medical records, referrals, admit/discharge notifications, image files,
messages and more with anyone in the Directory—even if the receiving clinician
or practice has not subscribed to the service.
“We are committed to helping healthcare organizations implement modern solutions to further interoperability and help drive care team communication and collaboration to ultimately improve patient outcomes. With the support of this distinguished and collaborative group of investors, we’re scaling our market reach and our ability to provide an excellent implementation and support experience to each healthcare organization we serve,” said Dr. Peter S. Tippett, Founder and CEO of careMESH.