Today in New Orleans at the HIMSS conference, progress in the field of mobile health was apparent everywhere you turned.
One of the biggest successes on display this year is CareCloud, a provider of cloud-based practice management, electronic health records, and medical billing software and services.
Ahead of the convention’s start, CareCloud validated the vitality of its industry by pointing to its own unprecedented growth.
VentureBeat confirms that the company has just logged its 12th quarter of consecutive revenue growth, underscored by an expanding customer base of medical groups.
The market for electronic medical records (EMRs) is estimated at between $6 billion and $10 billion, and upstarts like CareCloud are shaking it up with new technology. CareCloud helps doctors move their records over to well-designed, web-based dashboards — while keeping it all stored on the cloud and accessible on devices like iPads and tablets.
“In just three years, CareCloud has made substantial progress in its mission to replace the outdated core of healthcare technology that burdens US medical groups,” says Albert Santalo, Chairman and CEO of CareCloud. “We experienced our most rapid growth to date during 2012 and concluded the year with more than 2,000 providers in 45 states representing more than 50 specialties, all while securing a 96% client retention rate.”
CareCloud’s growth, however, isn’t the only thing the company is touting at the HIMSS conference this year. They are stealing the show with the debut of their latest software “featuring better workflow functionality for doctors.”
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