As of May 2020, we are proud to announce we have joined the StartUp Health Transformer Community. Joining over 325 global innovators in the healthcare space, StartUp Health organizes and invests in healthcare entrepreneurs in a worldwide community. As a leading healthcare venture fund, their unique approach to seed funding early-stage startups has established a diverse portfolio of entrepreneurs in all facets of health technology to achieve “moonshots.” These Health Moonshots aim to improve global healthcare, ranging from access to care to the ultimate goal of curing disease and cancer.

As their new portfolio company, we share their vision of tackling the access to care moonshot, as highlighted in the recent interview with our Founder & CEO, Mehmet Kazgan. StartUp Health allows cliexa to expand upon our Colorado reach to establish networks with other companies leading innovation in the healthcare industry nationwide. Our shared goal is to improve interoperability among each stakeholder in healthcare. Alongside StartUp Health, our digital screening, EMR integration, and remote monitoring paired with artificial intelligence (AI) will drive access to care regardless of patient’s demographics.

We are proud to join the global army of Health Transformers and are looking forward to the opportunities that will arise from this fruitful partnership.

Come check us out on our Company Profile for more information!

cliexa is a 2020 Colorado Companies to Watch Finalist

cliexa has been announced as a finalist for the 2020 Colorado Companies to Watch Award. We have been working diligently with medical providers, healthcare professionals, and expert technologists to improve patient care and treatment outcomes. Our platform has created notable impacts in healthcare through improved patient care, compliance, and technology use with predicting patient outcomes. As a finalist of the 2020 Colorado Companies to Watch Award, it is special to make a noticeable difference in our Colorado community.

Each year, Colorado Companies to Watch nominates Colorado-based businesses that rise to the challenge and help fuel the local economy. Since our inception in 2016, our goal is to make a difference in our community and have the ability to impact the future of healthcare.

2020 has brought a major turn of events for the local and national economies. We realize that 2020 will be a vital year for innovation and commitment in small businesses. Our team is dedicated to providing novel technologies that support the healthcare system. During this global pandemic, the cliexa team has worked to promote our Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and Telehealth services to healthcare systems around the nation. Our products provide a platform where healthcare providers can securely interact with their patients. It allows them to monitor patient activities and symptoms remotely to ensure continuity of care while shelter-in-place orders are active.

Innovative healthcare technology impacts more than just healthcare professionals; it affects everyone. cliexa creates solutions for patients, healthcare providers, and payors. Our team is proud to be a Finalist of the 2020 Colorado Companies to Watch Award, with a huge thank you to Bank of America for sponsoring this recognition!

In the past, cliexa has been announced by ColoradoBiz Magazine as a finalist at Prime Health Digital Challenge as well as Denver Metro Chamber 2020 Business Awards for Startup of the Year. 

 

cliexa is excited to announce that we have been nominated by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce (DMCC) as one of the three finalists for Start-Up of the Year! Each year, the DMCC recognizes businesses in the Denver area for their exceptional work in providing great jobs and helping to shape the local business community.

 

Here at cliexa, we pride ourselves on our innovation and competitiveness among leading digital healthcare organizations. Being recognized by local business leaders as an integral part of Denver’s start-up community has us reeling with excitement. We are excited to attend the DMCC’s 2020 Business Awards on April 24th, and you can register here for the luncheon to come cheer us on!

 

The DMCC 2020 Business Awards finalists include:

  • Disruptor of the Year: AT&T, RK, and Teatulia Organic Teas
  • Minority or Women-owned Business of the Year: Aim High Chiropractic, Novitas Communications, and Workplace Resource
  • Small Business of the Year: Bespoke Event Group, Core Contractors, Roofing Systems, and YellowDog Denver
  • Start-Up of the Year: cliexa, Emerge Professional Services, and Urban Solution Group
  • Small Nonprofit of the Year: Heart & Hand Center, Project Helping, and WeeCycle
  • Large Nonprofit of the Year: Denver Scholarship Foundation, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, and Metro Caring

We would like to thank the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor BOK Financial for recognizing these finalists and highlighting 18 of Denver’s finest business leaders and innovators.

 

Today we welcomed representatives from DMCC, the Denver community, and executives from last year’s business awards to our office. During this visit, cliexa employees had the opportunity to show off their hard work and reflect on their successes while answering questions from the judges.

 

cliexa’s CEO & Founder, Mehmet, showing DMCC judges the innovative cliexa platform

 

Start-Up Business of the Year finalists include cliexa, Emerge Professional Services, and Urban Solution Group. Emerge Professional Services provides talent and retention solutions in their approach to staffing and raising talent levels in an organization. Urban Solution Group provides mitigation plans for oil and gas development through their collaboration with operators and communities. Learn more about the finalists for the DMCC 2020 Business Awards here.

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cliexa’s hard work and commitment to improving our country’s healthcare systems has been recognized by the Office of American Innovation (OAI) for our advancements within the industry. The OAI, appointed by President Donald J. Trump, and led by Jared Kushner, has invited cliexa to attend the 2019 White House Blue Button Developers Conference in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, July 30th at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. We are humbled and honored to receive this invitation. We are looking forward to connecting and potentially collaborating with policymakers, technologists, and medical experts to advance the sharing of medical information through mobile technology.

We are one of the few technology vendors who have successfully enabled the Center for Medicare and Medicaid’s (CMS) Blue Button 2.0 API into our software platforms. According to CMS’s website, the Blue Button 2.0 API is a “developer-friendly, standards-based API that enables Medicare beneficiaries to connect their claims data to the applications, services and research programs they trust.” This API enables patients to sync their Medicare accounts to our applications and bi-directionally share the information, specifically claims data, to their providers, and care teams.

With this information, there are a variety of potential outcomes from leveraging this data, including streamlined documentation and the secure exchange of patient information which can lead to uncovering new insights about patients’ health status and increasing time for face-to-face interactions between patient and provider.

Image of cliexa-EASE with CMS' Blue Button 2.0 API enabled

Our first use case for this API was in our application, cliexa-EASE, designed for the Department of Health and Human ServicesAgency for Healthcare Research and Quality‘s Step-Up App Challenge. With this build, we were selected as one of the three winners of this challenge. The goal of the challenge was to develop an application that simplifies the process of collecting, interpreting, aggregating and sharing patient-reported outcomes (PRO) data related to physical function outcomes. Using the Blue Button 2.0 API, patients could connect Medicare accounts to our platform and share their claims data directly to the health systems’ electronic medical record system. Other functionalities including the connection and aggregation of data from IoT and wearable devices, electronic medical record systems paired with custom, mobile clinical assessments.

To learn more about the Blue Button 2.0 API, and the Blue Button Developers Conference, visit //bluebutton.cms.gov/

Image of the "Best Rheumatoid Arthritis Apps 2019" from Healthline Media
Image of the "Best Rheumatoid Arthritis Apps 2019" from Healthline Media

In a late May article by Healthline, cliexa-RA was named one of the “Best Rheumatoid Arthritis Apps of 2019.” For the second straight year, cliexa-RA has been nominated for this selection, receiving a perfect five stars on the iOS App Store and the highest average score among all apps named. With the extensive features, assessments, accuracy, and patient-physician efficiency included with the application, it is one of the most thorough rheumatoid arthritis apps on the market.

cliexa-RA is a specially designed app for tracking patient progress, medication adherence, and complications from the patient’s smartphone. It includes several medically validated and custom assessments for keeping tabs on patients and providing physicians with accurate and up-to-date information. The app can also use a patient’s medical history and statistical data to more clearly assess patients\’ rheumatoid arthritis progress and therefore help physicians accurately provide treatment plans. The outpatient data helps create efficiency of communication between patient and physician, cutting down on time spent at the clinic and providing more accurate care solutions.

cliexa’s platform implements effective Remote Patient Monitoring to optimize clinical workflow, medical billing compliance, and reimbursements. Accurate outpatient data is essential to the cliexa platform, with cliexa-RA being recognized for its capability to utilize Remote Patient Monitoring effectively.

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