Our services help doctors monitor patient vitals like heart rate, weight, blood pressure, glucose and more without the patient ever having to enter a clinic.
We then help doctors collect reimbursements from insurance companies who cover RPM.Learn how it works
We bring together everything that’s required to monitor your patients from internet connected smart devices to state-of-the-art software applications. Our platform utilizes technology including ground-breaking image analysis and AI-based anomaly detection.
At Athelas, all of our products were made with one purpose - to bring healthcare back to home.
Our RPM program includes nurses licensed in every state. Using patient measurements, our nurses flag readings that may require review or intervention, such as high blood pressure, weight gain, or low medication adherence.
Our nurse team makes it easy to incorporate remote monitoring into your daily workflows without additional work on your end.
We get it. Billing’s complicated. That’s why Athelas is the only RPM company to provide end-to-end billing. With codes below, nearly all practices make money within their first month of RPM.
We deploy sim-connected BP monitors and scales into patients’ homes, where all results are reviewed by nurses and available to doctors.
Our state of the art PillTrack is deployed into patients homes so they can get easy reminders for when to take medication. Compliance is measured and surfaced to the practice.
Athelas TotalCare deploys nurses and scales to patients, offering customized nutrition & dietary plans that improve health and reduce risk of comorbidities.
Our signature product Athelas One help clinicians quickly take measurements for their patients in under 3 minutes.
At Athelas, we take medical validation very seriously. All of our products and services have gone through, or are currently undergoing some form of clinical validation. We pursue FDA clearances, ensure that our data is stored in compliance with HIPAA , and work with institutions around the world to ensure that our services excel at what they are intended to do.