CaraSolva Wins Business Plan Award

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Electronic Medication Administration Records Innovator Recognized by the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship

CaraSolva opens the way for the future of health care

Carasolva, Inc. of Boulder took first place in the 9th annual Business Plan competition sponsored by the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Denver School of Business. CaraSolva provides web-based software designed to automate and simplify the daily tasks performed by nurses and professional caregivers in long-term nursing facilities, hospices, host homes and group homes.

The competition is for Colorado-based companies that have not yet received angel or venture-capital funding. The competition began with 83 applicants, and each of the six finalists had 15 minutes to pitch its business plan and make its case to a three-judge panel. Carasolva received $10,000 and was also awarded a $5,000 annual health care prize sponsored by Humana and $1,000 from UMB Bank as an industry sponsor.

“CaraSolva opens the way for the future of health care," said Geoff Cooper, CaraSolva CEO and president. "As we look for new ways to improve services and contain costs, solutions from CaraSolva will provide caregivers more time to do what they do best—taking care of people.”

The Bard Center was established in 1996 as part of the Business School at UC Denver and is designed to help boost the creation of successful businesses. The Center is unique in providing classes, scholarships, internships, access to mentors and alumni networks to budding business leaders.
About CaraSolva, Inc.

CaraSolva provides web-based software designed to automate and simplify the daily tasks performed by nurses and professional caregivers in long-term nursing facilities, hospices, host homes and group homes. The company's software products are simple to use, easy to deploy, expandable and secure. CaraSolva was founded with the simple belief that the cost to deploy software services to caregiving providers can be dramatically reduced via web-based delivery, resulting in reduced costs, improved quality for clients and growth for providers. To learn more, visit: carasolva.com.

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Anne-Queline (AQ) Keller
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