Connecting Your Community

Julota is a patented, award-winning community interoperability platform that manages consent and multidirectional sharing of sensitive information between software systems for Healthcare, EMS, Law Enforcement, Behavioral Health, Social Services, and all other local nonprofit and for-profit organizations.


A More Effective and Efficient Network

Julota transforms the disconnected patchwork of local service providers into a well-coordinated network that can proactively manage and support individuals, saving each community millions of dollars in healthcare and operational expenditures.

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Communicate sensitive information bidirectionally while each organization remains on their current software systems.

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Share information in an efficient, secure, and legally compliant way while maintaining important background and historical data across all of a person’s encounters.

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Proactively identify potential provider threats and negative life-changing events for patients; implement automated protocols for persons to move through the complex web of local resources.

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Provide and track referrals of individuals with a click of a button through a user-friendly interface, avoiding phone calls and time-consuming paperwork.

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Move 911 and ED super-utilizers out of the most expensive and inappropriate channels into resources that are better equipped to resolve their issues before they become chronic.

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Allow for detailed analysis of all processes and resource use.

Solving Today’s Community Problems


Every morning Julota searches the ePCR for OD events from the previous day.

Julota automatically creates a request for the opiate outreach services for individuals identified with a recent OD event and imports all data for those individuals to Julota for the opiate outreach teams.

The opiate outreach team attempts to reach out to the individual up to 5 times over the course of the next few days, from phone to in-person contacts.

When the opiate outreach team meets with the individual, they teach them a bit more around overdosing and how naloxone can help in emergency situations.

Before the opiate outreach team leaves, they give a naloxone kit to the individual in case of an emergency and offer any other assistance, materials and referrals they can, such as rehab and food assistance.


Identify resident as having a fall risk or unsafe living condition.

Team goes out to meet the patient and identifies if they have stability problems.

Ask resident if they need a stabling device.

If needed then get them one.

Refer the individual into a community-provided fall risk program.

During the 4-6-week waiting period, if the individual calls again, the team will act and respond as if they are part of the program.


After identifying a super-utilizer, enroll them into the program and identify the triggers such as food insecurity, behavioral health issues, fall risk, unsafe living conditions, etc.

The team will respond from a case management aspect around the patient to identify environmental and behavioral health issues.

Engage appropriate community resources.

Food Insecurity

Identify an individual who hasn't eaten for 3 days or more.

Noting whether there is no food in the home or the ability to store food.

Identify why the patient's refridgerator isn't working.

Connect them to a food bank and pickup/deliver food for the individual.

Set up the individual with transportation to get to a food bank and receive food regularly.


  • Connect organizations on disparate software platforms.
  • Transcend barriers of security, privacy, policy, and consent management.
  • Improve population health and well-being.
  • Connect communities, regions, and states to become a cohesive unit.
  • Decrease the costs
    of healthcare.
  • Improve the efficiency of healthcare delivery.
  • Fix the way we care for the vulnerable of our society.
  • Make de-identified data available for research to improve evidence-based care.

Read all about it. Check out some of our article and watch videos on how we help our current customers and communities

Select a package that best fits your need

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PULSE lets you take the pulse of your community so you can demonstrate the unrealized savings Julota can provide that is unique to your locale. Your crew enters 2 minutes of data in the app for your low-acuity residential calls, and then Julota provides the reports you need to demonstrate your value.

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LAUNCH gets your referral and services program running right away. A mobile app allows you to refer patients to alternate destinations, charities, rideshares, or social services using our pre-established workflows. We deliver the assessments and face sheets that you need to make a difference where you live.

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The CO-RESPONDER module supports the criminal justice model of diversion consisting of a law enforcement officer and a behavioral health specialist team that intervene on mental health-related calls to de-escalate situations and to assess whether the person should be referred for an immediate behavioral health assessment.

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Our TELEHEALTH module allows you to securely video chat with medical control for non-transport or treat-and-release calls.

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And if you want to have a lasting impact on your community with a full suite of case management tools, then ask us about IMPACT, and drive down expenses while driving up community health.

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Schedule a demo today or let’s chat about our next step together.

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