Catalyst-backed Clinicient, a leading provider of business solutions for outpatient rehabilitation, acquired Austin-based Keet, Inc., a prominent patient engagement innovator. The acquisition, centered around connecting clinical process to clinical experience, enhances Clinicient’s robust suite of clinical and financial solutions with the addition of Keet Health’s mobile patient engagement platform.
Clinicient Inc., a leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, announced its Insight Care Navigator, the first therapy-specific care coordination system to seamlessly connect care coordinators to therapists, orthopedic surgeons, other providers, and bundle administrators with the tools and data to ensure patients get the best care, at the lowest cost in the most appropriate setting.
Catalyst-backed Clinicient Inc., the leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, announced T. Kent Rowe as Chief Executive Officer. Rowe brings to Clinicient nearly 17 years of executive leadership experience and a clear track record of building market disrupting technologies and services that increase healthcare providers’ revenue and strengthen their engagement with patients and referring physicians.
Fast-growing health care software maker Clinicient has secured another round of funding, according to a regulatory document.
Portland software maker Clinicient makes tools used by outpatient and rehabilitation centers to manage billing and other processes.
Clinicient Inc., a leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, today announced that it secured $7 million in total debt facilities from Silicon Valley Bank.
Clinicient Inc., a leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, today announced at the American Physical Therapy Association’s 2014 Private Practice Section (PPS) Annual Conference, the general availability of TotalInsight, a market disrupting solution that combines integrated billing and clinical EMR software with revenue cycle management services to increase practice revenue, decrease operating expenses and minimize the time to collect payments.
Clinicient Inc., a leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, today announced its expansion to meet the surging revenue cycle management needs of therapy practices across the country.
Physical therapists are not required to use electronic health records, but a growing number of PT professionals are using software and apps to improve patient care and enhance profit margins.
Clinicient Inc, the leader in revenue cycle management software and clinical solutions for outpatient rehabilitation therapy businesses, today announced that it received $15 million in Series C funding from growth equity firm Catalyst Investors. Additionally, the Company named industry veteran Rick Jung as Chairman and CEO while Catalyst’sTodd Clapp and Ryan McNally joined the Board of Directors.