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Interview with Founder Joseph Flesh

Cosima Gretton, a UK-based healthtech innovator, published an interview with Purple Binder founder Joseph Flesh featuring the company as Startup of the Month. Joseph talks about the vision behind the company and how Purple Binder fits into the future of healthcare Click here to read: Startup of the Month: Purple Binder Here are some excerpts from [...]

By |February 6th, 2015|Misc, Press & Events, Startups|0 Comments

Community Health Round-Up #3

This week's Community Health Round-Up features innovations by patients, providers and entrepreneurs to improve health outcomes. Promising Practices Veterans’ clinic reduces ER visits by 70% and hospital readmissions by 66% (California Health Report) “True value comes from not just treating symptoms but addressing the conditions that make people sick in the first place.” ACA spurs hospitals [...]

By |January 26th, 2015|Community Health Roundup|0 Comments

Purple Binder is first vendor to implement Open Referral

Purple Binder is the first platform to use the Open Referral data standard to transmit community service data between applications. We're backing new data standards to foster an open ecosystem of technology. For more context, check out our guest post on the Open Referral blog! Purple Binder’s API is the first to use the Open Referral standard [...]

By |January 22nd, 2015|Cities, Misc, Open Data, Partners|0 Comments

Community Health Round-Up #2

This week's Community Health Round-Up features research on the early impact of the Affordable Care Act on patients and community health centers, and new technology that helps patients and health officials make decisions about health and wellness. Promising Practices New resource sharing model changes landscape of rural health care (Niagara Frontier Publications) “The model has broad [...]

By |January 16th, 2015|Community Health Roundup|0 Comments

Community Health Round-Up #1

Community health is a young field. New developments happen all the time, but the Purple Binder team couldn't find a single source of news that had all of the information we wanted. That's what inspired us to start our Community Health Roundup. We figured that if we were looking for this news, others in the community health [...]

By |January 8th, 2015|Community Health Roundup|0 Comments

Purple Binder profiled in VentureBeat

VentureBeat published an article about the work we're doing to connect healthcare systems with social services: Frye and Flesh’s startup, Purple Binder, started out by offering an app that lists a smorgasbord of social services (mental health clinics, job training, food pantries, literacy classes, etc.) offered in and around Chicago, as well as a way for [...]

By |December 31st, 2014|Press & Events|0 Comments

Purple Binder profiled in ChicagoInno

An interview with Purple Binder CTO Declan Frye in ChicagoInno. "I think this is a time when healthcare is changing really fast, and we are really excited to be at MATTER and to stay plugged into the community," Frye said. "We were in 1871 when that first opened, and that was a really amazing hub [...]

By |December 30th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Purple Binder accepted to MATTER healthtech incubator

Purple Binder is part of the latest round of companies selected to participate in Chicago's MATTER healthtech incubator. We were one of the first companies to move into 1871 when it first opened, ushering in a coming-of-age for digital startups in Chicago. And we're excited to do the same at MATTER. Here is the original [...]

By |December 17th, 2014|Healthcare, Startups|0 Comments

Why Startups Are Always 70% There

Purple Binder founder Joseph Flesh recently published an article about how mentorship and collaboration are key ingredients for starting a new venture. Read the article on Linkedin.

By |December 3rd, 2014|Misc, Startups|0 Comments

(VIDEO) US DHHS CTO Bryan Sivak discusses Purple Binder

Bryan Sivak, CTO of the US Department of Health and Human Services, discusses Purple Binder and the importance of open data. (Click through to get to the video!)  

By |November 19th, 2014|Open Data, Policy, Startups|0 Comments