KipuHealth’s Community Partner Program Granted Over $3.4 million in 2019 to Non-Profit Treatment in Facilities.
CORAL GABLES, February 26, 2020 – KipuHealth, headquartered in Coral Gables, Florida announced that its Community Partner Grant Program has gifted $3.4 million in grants to outstanding, in-need 501c3 non-profit facilities for 2019.
KipuHealth grant recipients for 2019 includee Korean Community Services, Transformation Wellness, Lifetime Recovery, Milestones in Recovery, VARP, SF Safe House, Penfield, Beit T’Shuvah 8847, Right Turn, ReNest and many more. Grants range from $12,000 up to $1 million.
Additional deserving recipients include The Teen Project, Brooke’s House and others in their efforts to help teens and adults suffering with the disease of addiction, in addition to Ohio’s UMADAOP network in their fight against the ravages of opioid addiction in some of the nation’s hardest-hit areas like Akron, Toledo and Cleveland.
“We believe that the right technology can help treatment facilities grow and prosper, giving them the ability to serve more members of their communities,” said Jeffrey Fiorentino, CEO of KipuHealth.
“We hope that these grants help deserving non-profit facilities streamline their workflow so they can focus more on caring for their patients and putting them on a path to recovery and healthy living,” said Fiorentino. “They’re doing some of the most important work in the nation, and we are proud to support such a dedicated, talented group of professionals who are determined to save lives, restore families and save a generation.”
As part of KipuHealth’s mission to serve its community, the grant program seeks out non-profit treatment organizations across the country and provides necessary tools and extensive support to eliminate paper and inefficient systems, track and document episodes of care, achieve full compliance and measure outcomes for improved treatment. “We understand that non-profit treatment facilities have financial constraints that may preclude them from acquiring efficient technology,” said Fiorentino. “The KipuEMR was built for the treatment community, with direct participation from people within that community, and we know that it helps clinicians and therapists deliver better care by spending less time struggling with paperwork and more time with their patients.”
About KipuHealth Designed specifically for—and within—the treatment community, the KipuEMR is the largest and most widely implemented elecrtronic medical record (EMR) software for the treatment of Substance Use Disorder, Eating Disorders, Autism and Behavioral Health worldwide. Used at over 1,600 addiction treatment facilities by more than 70,000 users daily, the KipuEMR has handled in excess of 700,000 episodes of care. For more information, visit www.kipu.health.