Kareo’s Founder, CEO, and Chairman, Dan Rodrigues is reviewed as one of the top digital health CEOs as rated by employees on Glassdoor. Common themes throughoutGlassdoor are positive company culture,opportunities to grow, and supportive and smart team members.
Healthcare Business Today
Kareo’s Chief Medical information Officer, Dr. Tom Giannulli, MD, MS suggests that the reason why EMR’s can be a time waster is due to EMRdeployments on dated applications and technology, where user-centered design principleswere not followed in building the physician interface in the EHR.
Wall Street Journal
As the U.S. continues to move towards “consumer-driven” health-care with practice management and administrative software, Kareo is noticed as a startup company that has acquired $15million in mezzanine debt from Escalate Capital Partners.
Physicians News Digest
Even with another year long delay of ICD-10, Kareo is wasting no time in bridging the ICD-9/ICD-10 gap; this includes helping the most cost-sensitive providershave access to tools to help with the transition.
Kareo’s progressive EHR system is one example of automation tools that can help deliver better and more efficient healthcare to the U.S.’s exponentialpopulation growth.
The Kareo patient education application and Google Glass can work together to reduce complexities in the healthcare system.“We’ve been innovating with the new Google Glass system, a hands free computer system that has the ability to connect tothe Internet and capture audio and video through the lens” said Dr. Tom Guiannuli, chief medical information officer of Kareo.
Medical Practice Insider
Kareo’s Chief Medical Information Officer, Tom Giannulli, MD, emphasizes the importance of marketing techniques in healthcare. One of them is enhancing patient relationships byleveraging a patient portal or online scheduling.
OpenView Venture Partners mentioned Kareo, in an announcement about their new fund, OpenView Venture Partners IV.Kareo is one of twenty-nine companies in OpenView Venture Partners portfolio.
Kareo was mentioned as one of 250 companies in southern California that have raised $1M+ since 2012. SoCal is also numberone in the category of fastest growing startup companies and is the 3rd largest technology ecosystem in the U.S.