Why Julota?

Every community has people in need and people that help them.

The helping community is awesome. They are our true heroes. They work tirelessly to keep us safe and healthy. They are the first on the scene in an emergency, always there when we need them, and ensure our most vulnerable don’t fall through the cracks.

The heroes that make up our helping community are woven together from public, private, charitable, and faith-based organizations. They include law enforcement, EMS healthcare practitioners, behavioral health, and social services.

Every community has the challenge of best utilizing and coordinating the helper community to achieve the best outcomes at the lowest cost. With services delivered by so many different groups, how can communities deliver the right service, with the right resources, at the right time.

How can communities address challenges like:

  • Connecting organizations on disparate software platforms
  • Transcending barriers of security, privacy, policy, and consent management
  • Improving population health and well-being
  • Fixing the way we care for the vulnerable of our society
  • Decreasing the costs of healthcare
  • Reducing incarcerations and judicial system burden
  • Enabling a longitudinal view of an individual’s history so responders can best address incidents
  • Provide evidence-based care and measure the impact of community initiatives

That’s where Julota comes in. Julota automates collaboration between emergency responders, clinical practitioners, and case workers. Julota is the first and only platform built to connect the helper community. Julota is used by municipalities, counties, and states from coast to coast to address the most pressing community challenges of our time.

What Does The Julota Platform Offer?

Julota is a flexible, interoperable, and compliant cloud-based platform that enables communities to implement critical initiatives like Mental Health and Law Enforcement Co-Responders, Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT), Mobile Integrated Health and Community Paramedicine (MIH/CP), Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD), and Emergency Triage, Treatment, and Transport (ET3).

Our software enables communities to better address mental health, opioid, and substance abuse, 911 super-utilizers, and emergency interventions while expanding the impact of limited community resources by connecting the right service, with the right resources, at the right time.

We serve to connect the “helper community” by automating complex workflows, referrals, data aggregation, and reporting while managing consent and securing bi-directional sharing of PII and PHI, all powered by Julota’s patented TouchPhrase Interface.