Who We Serve
Health Systems & Hospitals
Rimidi virtualizes education courses, and provides patient assistance programs that increase retention and attendance rates for patient education.
By improving medication adherence through personalization and connectivity, Rimidi helps create a pharmacist-consumer relationship that is more than transactional
Local Programs & Initiatives
Whether government-funded, or not-for-profit, Rimidi supports state and community-based initiatives by providing digital, video-based health education with integrated access to affordable, local resources.
Community Diabetes Care Program
Rimidi and CVS have partnered to launch a pilot project in the Tri-Cities area of Atlanta, Georgia, aimed at addressing diabetes in medically underserved communities with chronically high rates of this disease. Through the collaboration, CVS Health and Rimidi will engage community-based organizations to ensure that at-risk residents can be identified for participation in the program.
Tri-Cities Diabetes Equity Project
The Tri-Cities Diabetes Equity Project is a grassroots effort focused on delivering digital Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSME-S) in Atlanta’s Tri-Cities community of College Park, East Point, and Hapeville -- an area that has a disproportionately high rate of diabetes compared to neighboring communities.
Community Health Partners
If you are a non-profit or a corporation with a social responsibility sector, motivated to improve community health, please reach out:
Atlanta-Area Diabetes Collaborative
Grady Health System, Kaiser Permanente of Georgia, Mercy Care, and WellStar Health System seek to utilize shared resources to improve diabetes outcomes in the metro-Atlanta area.
CVS Pharmacy Pilot
In partnership with CVS Pharmacy, Rimidi will launch a diabetes management program at a CVS Pharmacy centrally located in the Tri-Cities community in 2019. This model will enhance the current framework of Rimidi’s DSME-S Tri-Cities pilot. The partnership with CVS will build on Rimidi’s work with current partners.
Good Samaritan Health Center Atlanta Diabetes +Me
Patient and provider facing platform designed to improve diabetes management in a low-resourced community.
Georgia Department of Public Health Partnership (GADPH)
Rimidi’s Digital DSME-S is being implemented as a supplemental tool for Diabetes Educators in GADPH organizations across the state of Georgia.