WellSky’s CarePort reviews “document progress”

BOSTON — Nearly 2,500 post-acute providers, including HME providers, and 13,000 home and community-based service organizations joined the CarePort network in 2021, marking record growth within the platform’s post-acute, home and community customer base, the company said.

CarePort, a care coordination software company operated by WellSky, also launched CarePort Community, a new referral and care coordination platform for post-acute, home and community-based providers, which has attracted more than 220 customers over the past 12 months.

“We have prioritized enriching CarePort’s provider network by adding more home and community-based providers such as home health care, transportation services and dialysis agencies over the past year as care shifts to the home,” said Lissy Hu, MD , CEO and Founder of CarePort. “The rapid growth that CarePort has experienced over the past year in the post-acute, home and community settings demonstrates that our solutions are critical to these providers and validates our focus on helping patients recover – whether in a facility , at home or in the community.”

WellSky bought CarePort in 2020 for $1.35 billion.

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