the Blueprint for measurement based care


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What is the company? How much have they raised to date?

Blueprint is a mental health patient engagement platform. Blueprint helps clinicians run their practices with more evidence-based care while helping them reduce documentation and burnout. Blueprint has raised a total of $4.7 million dollars. 

What's their mission?
Blueprint's mission is to help increase the quality of care by empowering clinicians with access to tools that help them with measurement-based care. 

Who founded the company? Are their clinicians on the executive team? 
Blueprint was founded by Danny Freed. Before founding Blueprint Danny was a product designer at Trunk Club which was acquired by Nordstrom. He was also the co-founder of Companion, an app to help anyone feel safe as they traveled alone. 
Blueprint's Head of Clinical Ops is Dr. Russell DuBois has a Ph.D. in Psychology and according to his LinkedIn team was on the clinical team at Hasbro Children's Hospital and a Research Fellow at Mass Gen/Harvard Med. 

What's the business model? How does this company make money? 
Blueprints is a software subscription for clinicians and practices. Basic is $39/month, Professional is $59/month and enterprise is quoted.

What does one get for paying that price? 
Blueprints helps clinicians with automating clinical assessments to clients, more than 40 digital worksheets and diary cards, in-app clinical decision support, and live customer support. The additional tiers allow for more provider benchmarking, aggregation of data, MBC insurance claims, and more. The custom enterprise solution is for practices looking for EHR integrations and more support.

What is the cancellation policy? 
Blueprint requires at least a one-year subscription. The subscription auto-renews and requires two months' notice if you wish to cancel/not renew.

If applicable, what are the pay/benefits for therapists? 

The Review 
Blueprint is a great platform to help clinicians gather additional data during and in-between sessions to help measure outcomes. The array of clinical assessments and activities for clients can be automated so clinicians aren't spending additional administrative time. 
Practices should note that Blueprint de-identifies data and owns that data and may use and share it in accordance with the law.