2021 Quarter 1 Review

The team at CaredFor was thrilled to look at our Q1 metrics and see the impact the product and our customers are having on patients, alumni and families. New features are encouraging more interactions while new integrations are making it easier to invite members into the app. Underneath the data are dozens of stories of…

2020 Year End Review

2020 demonstrated just how valuable the CaredFor engagement app was to patients, alumni and families. Users spent over 7 million minutes engaged in the app and logged in over 2 million times throughout the year. Virtual events and telehealth appointments were critical to helping people get support and access to treatment. We heard numerous stories…

2021 Vision

Over the past 9 months we’ve seen treatment programs work extremely hard to adapt through the pandemic. There were a number of places where technology played a crucial role in helping programs be successful. Looking toward 2021, we believe that technology will continue to play an important role in helping treatment programs and behavioral health…

2020 Quarter 3 Review

As we close out Quarter 3 of 2020 and look back over the last 3 months of growth, we have seen app metrics like logins, new users and transactions grow substantially amid continued community shutdowns and quarantines. As customers adjusted their programming in response to COVID-19, we saw appointments facilitated inside the app grow exponentially.

2020 Mid-Year Review

As we move into the 2nd half of 2020 and look back over the last 6 months of growth, we have seen app metrics like logins, new users and transactions nearly double compared to the previous 6 months. As customers adjusted their programming in response to COVID-19, we saw appointments facilitated inside the app grow…

Contributor Role For 3rd Party Vendors

Many of our clients use third-parties to curate marketing materials and often want those vendors to have access to upload said content to the app. The Contributor Role was created with this in mind. Contributors can post content on behalf of a facility but cannot view any patient identifying information, including posts by app users…