Reducing hospital readmissions echoes what Mark Twain said about the weather...
everyone talks about it, but nobody does anything about it.
iGetBetter Takes Action;
So Can You!
- Do you want to avoid CMS readmission penalties? ✔
- Are you enrolled in a shared risk payment model? ✔
- Do you want to address your readmission issue now… ?
Recent News and Events
- Read iGetBetter CEO, Win Burke's recent blog post Thoughts about being the first software company to join Massachusetts Hospital Association
- Press Release: iGetBetter To Join the Massachusetts Hospital Association
- Read iGetBetter'sThe Maiden Voyage or Bloggage from David Lebudzinski, MD
- Win Burke to speak at MIT Enterprise Forum on April 30
- Win Burke to participate in TCN Venture Fast Track on May 28
- iGetBetter to exhibit at MHA Annual Physicians Leadership Conference on June 19
- Partners CCH to present results of iGetBetter study at Stanford Med X 2014 Sept. 5-7
You can start reducing readmissions now with the iGetBetter care transition solution!
Now. Be operational within days. iGetBetter is already in use at local hospitals.
Simply. Clinicians easily connect to our cloud-based system with a Web browser or iPad app. Pay either a fixed monthly fee for patients that have active care plans, or include us in your shared risk model and share cost savings with us.
Inexpensively. Pay either a fixed monthly fee for active patients with their own care plans, or include us in your shared risk model and share cost savings with us.
Noninvasively. Our cloud-based system is outside your institution’s IT firewall, and requires no installation, integration or support from your IT team.
iGetBetter In Action at Massachusetts General Hospital
The Center for Connected Health enrolled 20 Congestive Heart Failure patients from Massachusetts General Hospital to take part in a feasibility study of the iGetBetter system. Each patient was enrolled for 90 days and given home care plan instructions via iGetBetter software. They were taught how to use a wireless scale and a blood pressure cuff coupled to an iPad Mini to monitor their daily weight, blood pressure, heart rate, as well as report their daily medication compliance and activity level. [Read Study Overview]