Colorado Springs, Colo. (February 21, 2019): Julota, whose community resource platform provides a secure and accountable technology infrastructure for local partners to share sensitive patient information while remaining on their current software systems, has announced the promotion of Scott Cravens to CEO.
A seasoned senior executive and public-safety thought leader, Cravens will use his expertise in strategy development, revenue expansion, and brand management to fuel the company’s accelerated growth.
“We’re thrilled Scott has agreed to lead Julota as we look to rapidly expand adoption of this revolutionary software that bridges gaps in technology and manages the multidirectional sharing of consented information,” said Michael Schaedel, Julota’s cofounder and CTO. CEO and fellow cofounder Rick Pionkowski added, “As a respected business leader in this space, Scott will be able to implement our vision to be the infrastructure for secure, accountable communication around population health, around the world.”
“I’m thrilled to be joining such a visionary team with a ground-breaking platform that facilitates communication between healthcare, public safety, mental health, and charitable organizations,” said Cravens. “The exciting part is that it can operate alone or between each organization’s existing software platforms.”
Before joining Julota Cravens spent 12 years as the head of a major emergency medical services media source, growing it into the largest EMS-dedicated brand in the world. In addition, he has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and audience acquisition.
Julota helps communities save money and improve population health by facilitating the exchange of information between area resources without the usual time-consuming paperwork and phone calls.
Julota is also the only solution that is HIPAA-, mental health (42 CFR part 2)-, and Criminal Justice Information System-compliant.
The name Julota is an acronym for Just Love On Them Always, reflecting a creed to provide care coordination, patient navigation, and data sharing for communities’ most vulnerable populations. It is a platform-agnostic technology that allows community care organizations to communicate with each other, regardless of their software, while maintaining a historical longitudinal record across all interactions.