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ChartaCloud's Lauryn Schimmel Named Innovator of the Week by New Hampshire's Live Free and Start
Ms. Schimmel leads both New Hampshire based ChartaCloud Technologies LLC and its health care technology services business unit called ChartaCares and has an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas and a Graduate Degree from The LBJ School for Public Policy. Lauryn has also been recognized as a recent top finalist in the 2015 New Hampshire Start-up Challenge. Visit ChartaCares at www.chartacares.com
"I am of course appreciative and thankful for this recognition but its true meaningfulness is found in the on-going encouragement it provides to do meaningful things with the talents and resrouces surrounding and made available to me. I remain evermore excited about the business climate and the energy of innovation I discover and experience every day in the people, leaders, and businessess I meet and we serve in New Hampshire," said Lauryn Schimmel. "Organizations such as Live Free and Start play an important role in maintaining and expanding that which makes New Hampshire, well, simply terrific," she added.
Specializing in process automation designed to deliver organizational efficiency, operational effectiveness, competiveness, responsiveness and profitability, ChartaCloud offers full-service solutions to help businesses overcome the challenges of paper, people, and workflow in the age of digitally driven mobility. These solutions enable large or small businesses to seamlessly connect existing paper documents with digital technologies to drive workflows and task management and maximize profits and sustainability.
A division of ChartaCloud, ChartaCares provides ‘best of breed’ technologies and full service support to any size healthcare organization to measurably improve their quality of care and HIPAA compliance through secure digital records, secure care giver communications to mobile point of care systems, remote patient monitoring, and the data access and insights required for proactive healthcare delivery. In use by more than 5,000 healthcare providers across the U.S., these technologies include but are not limited to: foundational secure IT systems, robotic assistive medical care and advanced health care data analytics.