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Dec 18, 2014
Electronic Health Reporter
Kareo’s Editor-in-Chief, Getting Paid Blog, Lea Chatham, gives insight into HIPAA policies as a continuous process that needs updates, training, and ongoing adaptions by organizations.
Dec 15, 2014
Daily Pilot
Daily Pilot recognizes Kareo’s accomplishment for being ranked by Glassdoor as one of the best top 50 mid-size companies to work for in the U.S.
Dec 10, 2014
MarketWatch

Kareo is named one of Glassdoor’s top 50 best places to work in 2015.

Nov 26, 2014
Healthcare Business Today

Recent studies have found that most patients are unaware that their physicians offer a patient portal, Kareo’s Chief Medical Information Officer,Tom Giannulli, MS, MD, suggests that physicians set up a marketing and communication plan as well as an ongoing strategy to continue supporting patients.

Nov 26, 2014
Physicians Practice

Kareo’s Content Manager and Editor-in-Chief of Getting Paid, Lea Chatham, suggests 3 online reputation tips in order for physicians to successfullygrow their practices.

Nov 7, 2014
Medical Practice Insider

Kareo Chief Medical Information Officer, Tom Giannulli, MD, MS, offers advice to primary care providers in order to stay competitive with the changing trendof retail locations growing to 3,000 by 2015.

Nov 7, 2014
SocalTECH 50

Founder and CEO, Dan Rodrigues, was named one of the top 50 people in the Southern California technology industry, who are most likely to create the nextbig thing or to influence the industry in a significant way!

Nov 5, 2014
Beta Boston

Founder and CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick, mentions Kareo as one of his early and most interesting successful investments.

Nov 4, 2014
Medical Practice Insider

Kareo is recognized along with Practice Fusion as cloud-based software companies that allow many solo practices easier access forscheduling appointments, completing insurance information, storing patient information, and more!

Oct 27, 2014
Medical Practice Insider

Kareo’s Chief Medical Information Officer, Tom Giannulli, MD, MS gives insight as to why patients are more likely to switch physicians. In fact 73 percent ofpatients are more loyal when physicians offer access to a patient portal.

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