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Purple Binder matches people with community resources and referrals that keep them healthy.

Find out more about how Purple Binder is deployed and used.
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Connect people with the services they need in their community.

Get accurate, hyperlocal information from our team of experienced social workers.

  • Each listing in Purple Binder includes all the details required to access a community resource, including hours, eligibility, intake process, applications, and waitlists.
  • Our team of social workers establishes points of contact for tens of thousands of resources to get service information straight from the source.
  • Realtime support via live chat for help finding just the right resource.
“Before Purple Binder, Google was the only way we were making referrals. The information wasn’t verified and sometimes lacked details.”
“With Purple Binder, the change in my work has been tremendous, because all of the research has been done for me.”

Addressing social, behavioral, and economic issues is more than just the right thing to do.

It drives clinical results and lowers the cost of care.

  • Purple Binder is participating in one of the first RCTs on the clinical effects of patient navigators.
  • In an emergency room setting, a case management team used Purple binder to achieve a 60% reduction in acute costs of care for frequent fliers.
“Ultimately, by allowing [patients] to take better care of themselves, we aim to keep people healthier and out of the hospital.”
Amelia Mutso, RCT Project Manager

Purple Binder is easy to set up and implement.

After setting up Purple Binder at 500+ sites, we’ve worked out the kinks.

  • Successfully implemented at integrated health systems, ACOs, FQHCs, social service agencies, and major insurance companies.
  • Staff save 15-30 minutes per community referral over existing manual processes.
  • After a typical installation, staff make double the number of community referrals in 63% less time.
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Proven, hyperlocal knowledge at your fingertips.

Purple Binder makes teams of case managers, social workers, and community health workers more effective.
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Recent Posts

Closing the Loop in Sonoma County: Part I

January 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

This is the first of a 3-part series highlighting a collaborative of organizations in Sonoma County that use Purple Binder’s Referral Network to connect patients to vital social supports when they most need it. The [...]

A One-Stop Shop to Address Social Determinants and Reduce ER Utilization

November 7th, 2016|0 Comments

The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System (UI Health) launched an initiative focusing on its most complex and costly patients - those frequently visiting the emergency room (ER). The initiative uses interdisciplinary care [...]

Health Beyond the Health Center Walls

September 20th, 2016|0 Comments

Purple Binder at Access Community Health Network This is a dynamic time in health care. With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health care providers are finding new, innovative ways to engage [...]

How Patient Navigators Saved Thanksgiving

September 9th, 2016|0 Comments

How Patient Navigators Saved Thanksgiving The afternoon before Thanksgiving, patient navigator Emma Villarreal completed a PArTNER post-discharge home visit with Myra*, a participant in the PArTNER program, who had been discharged from the hospital [...]

How CHWs Build a Foundation of Trust

July 18th, 2016|0 Comments

Foundation of Trust: How Community Health Workers Address the Social Determinants of Health The best patient care is built on a foundation of trust. At every point of care, a patient needs to trust that the person [...]

  • Community Health Panel: Raul Garza, Clarita Santos, Robert Winn, Jay Bhatt, Ariana Klitzner

Community Health: More Than Healthcare

June 30th, 2015|0 Comments

Many thanks to the audience of 75  that joined us at MATTER on June 30. We heard from a distinguished group of panelists as they discussed new approaches to community health. The panel included: Jay Bhatt, Chief [...]