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2024 CareMessage Impact Fund Established to Bring Funding to Safety-Net Healthcare Organizations to Positively Impact Health Equity

Over the past several years, CareMessage has experienced success in pursuing grant funding and applying it to partially subsidize the cost of CareMessage adoption for community health centers, and to support existing customers, with a focus on acknowledging exemplary organizations and partnering with them on furthering adoption and sharing best practices. 

Acting as the conduit to bring available funding to community health organizations means that CareMessage can equip them with technology that has demonstrated improvement in health outcomes. 

To that end, CareMessage has established the 2024 CareMessage Impact Fund, with a core focus on improving health equity. Principal initial contributors to the fund are Johnson & Johnson, as part of its enduring commitment to health equity, with a lead contribution of $1.25M, The Dovetail Impact Foundation, and Sanofi.

From Clinical Publications

Text Messaging and Opt-out Mailed Outreach in Colorectal Cancer Screening: a Randomized Clinical Trial

Text messaging with opt-out mailed FIT kit outreach can substantially improve colorectal cancer screening rates in an underserved population


CareMessage Joins athenahealth’s Marketplace Program to Offer Automated Patient Messaging Integration

Joint CareMessage and athenahealth customers save valuable staff time by using automated messaging workflows, which are facilitated via a bidirectional integration between CareMessage and the athenahealth electronic health record solution. This integration enables customers to send automated appointment reminders to patients, reducing no-shows and ensuring that more patients access the care they need.

“Furthering integration and automation for our customers helps them more easily connect with their patients, which improves access to care and health outcomes,” said Orit Mohamed, Principal Product Manager at CareMessage. “It is a pleasure to partner with athenahealth to move this effort forward.”

CareMessage Updates

CareMessage Teams Up with the Biogen Foundation to Improve Health Outcomes for 25,000 North Carolina Patients

CareMessage is proud to be the recipient of a grant from The Biogen Foundation, which will be used to expand the reach and usage of the CareMessage platform to free and charitable clinics in North Carolina.

We anticipate that this funding will allow us to reach an additional 25,000 uninsured and underserved patients!

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