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Mission or Business Case: Who Pays for Community Health?

Join Purple Binder for a discussion on community health As the US healthcare system transitions away from fee-for-service compensation, health systems must begin to take a broader view of the care that they provide. Broader than the clinic: The health system is now responsible for what happens outside the four walls of the clinic, and [...]

Federal Panel on Social Determinants of Health

On February 3rd, 2015, Purple Binder took part in a panel on the social determinants of health at the ONC's annual meeting. The ONC is a commonly-used name for the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology. They are the federal agency that regulates and certifies electronic medical records.   https://twitter.com/mayauppaluru/status/562668549064622083 https://twitter.com/mayauppaluru/status/562664899130949635 The panel was covered in a brief [...]

By |February 6th, 2015|Healthcare, Policy, Press & Events|0 Comments

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

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