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By Sarah Hughes, CareCloud Product Manager. Join Sarah at The LAB Miami on Thursday, January 24th for the Product Council series to learn valuable lessons and insights from experienced product owners as they dive deep into the challenge, success and failure of product design. This is an open examination of how to execute an idea, exchange product stories, […]

Today, CareCloud proudly announced an oversubscribed Series C funding round of $31.5 million. This striking show of support came from new investors PNC, First Data, and Blue Cloud Ventures as well as our prior investors, including Norwest Venture Partners, Intel Capital, Tenaya Capital and Adams Street Partners and a debt financing agreement with Wellington Financial. […]

CareCloud today announced some exciting milestones from the second quarter of 2014 – from releasing innovative new products to helping our clients succeed to positioning the company for further growth.   As mentioned on the CareCloud Blog before, we secured $25.5 million in venture debt from Hercules Technology Growth Capital to accelerate the expansion of […]

In May, BBVA Compass and CareCloud announced that they were joining forces to help medical practices ease administrative burdens, improve client care and boost financial performance via an integrated package of bank services and healthcare technology. The collaboration comes at a critical time in the healthcare industry. CareCloud’s 2014 Practice Profitability Index, which surveyed more […]

CareCloud’s employees are committed to helping physicians and patients, so it’s no surprise they want to serve the community in other ways, too. Last week, ten members of the CareCloud Boston office volunteered at Rosie’s Place, a women’s shelter that provides meals, housing and education services forever 12,000 women from the Greater Boston area.

On March 31, the Senate passed another fix to 1997’s Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) in order to prevent physicians’ Medicare fees from dropping. Tucked under this bill was a minimum one-year delay of ICD-10. The announcement comes just weeks after the Centers for Medicare and Services (CMS) Administrator Marilyn Tavenner promised HIMSS14 attendees the October […]