SOURCE: Click4Care


March 04, 2011 09:00 ET

Click4Care Marks Exceptional Year With Successful Implementations of Its Care Management Platform, Secures Funding to Fuel Continued Growth

Company Addresses Demand for Innovative Care Management With Proven Technology to Improve Member Healthcare

POWELL, OH--(Marketwire - March 4, 2011) - Click4Care™, an award-winning software company providing its 360° Care Management™ platform to address demand for high quality healthcare at reduced overall cost, today announced several notable achievements in 2010 including customer wins and successful customer implementations impacting more than 1.7 million health plan members worldwide. The company also recently secured $12 million in funding to fuel continued development of its visionary product line as well as to expand sales and marketing.

Click4Care makes customers successful with its innovative 360° care management software that delivers information and facilitates communication among everyone in the care equation -- providers, payors, members and their designated caregivers -- to optimize care and wellness. With Click4Care support, six customer programs went live with the software in 2010. Additionally, The Ohio State University Health Plan, Inc. selected Click4Care to streamline its service operations into a single, integrated system. The Click4Care team is now implementing the platform at OSU Health Plan to enable better coordinated care and communication among its care managers, physicians, other healthcare providers and members. The new platform will help OSU Health Plan seamlessly integrate utilization management, short-term case management, health coaching, condition management, enhanced case management, medication therapy management, and traditional wellness programs into a single member-centric care management system.

Click4Care also recently secured $12 million in funding from existing investors including Psilos Group Managers, a venture capital firm that invests in companies leading the healthcare economy. The new funding supports the company's continued growth and ongoing development of its visionary care management software platform.

Click4Care CEO Rob Gillette explains, "Radical change in the healthcare industry is underway. Social, regulatory and economic influences on healthcare have finally come together to create demand for a healthcare system where costs are reduced and care is optimized for every member. Health plans, health insurers and third-party administrators are turning to technology to drive member-centric decision making that involves not just the member and the payor, but that member's entire support network. With our 360° care management platform, Click4Care is in a unique position to address demand for delivery of timely, actionable information to everyone that cares about efficient and effective healthcare -- payors, providers, members and their caregivers -- in order to advance and optimize care."

About Click4Care
Click4Care is an award-winning software company providing its 360° care management platform to address demand for high quality healthcare at reduced overall cost. In today's healthcare ecosystem, the winners will be those companies that adapt to change with innovative programs. Click4Care delivers a software platform that promotes a 360 degree view -- ensuring that everyone in the care equation receives the information they need, when they need it, and on the communication medium they prefer -- to optimize care and wellness. Streamlined workflows and improved operational efficiencies drive unprecedented return-on-investment for care managers; and, combined with predictive modeling, the solution provides life-improving care to members. Some of the world's most progressive health plans, health insurers and third-party administrators rely on Click4Care for a more intelligent approach to care management. For more information, visit

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