We are doctors and medical students building software to improve delivery of care.
We believe in software that enhances the physician-patient relationship.
We believe that improving access to information at the
point of care improves quality of care and patient outcomes.
We believe that we can build software that physicians, nurses, and care providers love to use
Hyper-local knowledge sharing for clinicians.
The CareTeam App is a phone-friendly web application that gives clinicians instant access at the bedside to contacts, guidelines, and protocols customized for their practice environment.
Every outpatient setting has different resources for patients requiring specialty care.
CareTeam can organize your institution-specific referral protocols for rapid access.
Stop fumbling for the right sequence of communications needed to complete a handoff.
Embedded checklists, phone numbers, and templated emails save clinicans time, every day.
Not sure who just paged you? What's the unit pharmacy's extension again?
Save your brain! Just search your local contacts in CareTeam.
Your clinical team has its own unique blend of preferred protocols and society guidelines.
We convert them into beautiful, quickly accessible guides for
lookup at the bedside.
It's easy to upload pictures and diagrams into your custom clinical guides.
New interns and physicians can figure out where things are simply by checking CareTeam.
Want to hand-pick a set of medical calculators for use by your trainees or teaching staff?
We can build calculators directly into your CareTeam App—just ask.
CareTeam is currently in use by hundreds of doctors, medical students, and other healthcare workers in the Mount Sinai Health System in New York, NY.
Want us to build a CareTeam App for your department or program?
Let's get started!
Mark Finkelstein CTO/President, Co-Founder
Dreams in code and can debug a server with his teeth.
Graduated from the University of Maryland in 2012 with a BS in Computer Engineering, Biology, and a BA in Economics.
4th year medical student at the Icahn School