Break the cycle of predetermined health outcomes in medically underserved communities by providing better access to care and education through innovations.
Current Community Health Initiatives:
- Atlanta-Area Diabetes Collaborative: Grady Health System, Kaiser Permanente of Georgia, Piedmont Healthcare, 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 Pilot (GADPH): Rimidi’s Digital DSME-S will be implemented as a supplemental tool for Diabetes Educators in GADPH organizations across the state of Georgia
- Tri-Cities Diabetes Equity Project: Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSME-S) program in College Park, East Point, and Hapeville
For more information about Community Health initiatives, please contact
Director of Community Health