Rimidi's Journey to VIVE 2024: A Conference of Innovation and Purpose

News | February 16th, 2024

As Rimidi anticipates the VIVE 2024 Digital Healthcare Conference in Los Angeles, we are fueled by a mix of excitement and purpose. This event isn't just another conference on our calendar—it's a platform where real change happens and connections are forged to advance healthcare.

Why VIVE 2024 Resonates with Rimidi
At Rimidi, our foundation is built on the belief that healthcare can—and should—be better. Our journey began with our CEO's frustration with the inefficiencies within the healthcare system. VIVE 2024 offers us the chance to align with others who share our commitment to improving patient outcomes and simplifying healthcare workflows.

Looking Forward to Meaningful Conversations
VIVE 2024 promises to be a melting pot of ideas and innovation. We are eager to explore the latest advancements in remote patient monitoring, chronic care management, and clinical decision support—areas where Rimidi has made significant strides. Beyond the buzzwords, we are excited to engage in real conversations that lead to actionable solutions.

A Focus on Collaboration
We understand that progress in healthcare requires collaboration. VIVE 2024 provides a unique opportunity to connect with industry peers, thought leaders, and potential partners. We believe in the power of collaboration to drive meaningful change and we are eager to explore how we can work together to shape the future of healthcare.

The Road Ahead for Rimidi
As we prepare to attend VIVE 2024, we are filled with a sense of purpose and possibility. We are committed to leveraging technology to improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes. At the conference, we will be sharing our experiences, learning from others, and exploring new avenues for innovation.

Connect with Rimidi
If you are attending VIVE 2024, we would love to connect with you! Stop by our booth (#2926) or reach out on our website to learn more about Rimidi and our vision for improving the lives of patients with chronic illnesses through remote patient monitoring and chronic care management.