Purple Binder is the first platform to use the Open Referral data standard to transmit community service data between applications.
Purple Binder’s API is the first to use the Open Referral standard to transmit social services data between two applications. Through Open Referral, organizations like Purple Binder, Code for America, and information-and-referral providers across the country are working together to demonstrate that social service directory information can and should be made available through open […]
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.
New resource sharing model changes landscape of rural health care (Niagara Frontier Publications)
“The model has broad potential applications in both public and private health care organizations, however, and suggests a number of methods by which rural health programs in particular can save money and preserve services.”
Research & Policy
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 space would be as well.
We’re collecting the latest updates on community health and publishing the best of it in this digest. This will be a weekly feature, but sometimes we’ll wait a few extra days to publish. If you have suggestions on what to cover, please feel […]
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 article in the Chicago Tribune.