Improving Outcomes and Lowering Diabetes Costs
Podimetrics partners with health plans to reduce the prevalence of diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) in high-risk diabetes populations.
Address Preventable Costs
We can help you identify and prevent one of the largest hidden costs in health care.
Podimetrics Supports Care Plans Between Visits to Improve Outcomes
Using our SmartMat, we remotely monitor patients and alert clinicians when preventative clinical action is needed.
The Podimetrics SmartMat detected 97% of diabetic foot ulcers on average five weeks before clinical presentation.4Clinical evidence
Our care management team ensures that patients are engaged and connected with their provider for preventative care.Partner with us
The SmartMat remotely monitors the temperature of your feet every day.
Using machine learning, customized thermograms are analyzed and clinical decision support is provided.
- Takes only 20 seconds
- HIPAA compliant
- No setup required
- Cellular connected
Our award-winning design is simple to use, FDA-cleared, and has the Seal of Approval from the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA).
Once-daily remote temperature monitoring is a well-established clinical tool that has been studied in three NIH-funded randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and is already incorporated into three clinical practice guidelines for preventative foot care.
A Partner in Care Management
Scalable and flexible in design, our team can seamlessly integrate into existing Care or Disease Management Programs to augment cohesive care.
We ensure that patients are engaged and using their SmartMat, as well as receiving the appropriate preventative treatment at the right time.
Ensuring High Quality Population Management
DFU prevention programs strive to improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
01Admissions / hospitalizations
1 in every 13 inpatients are primarily admitted because of a foot-related condition 1
In the 2 years after a wound has healed, as many as 50% of patients will re-ulcerate 2
Diabetes-related foot complications are the leading cause of lower extremity amputations 3
Patients with diabetic foot disease fear a lower extremity amputation more than death 4
05Emergency department visits
$1.9B is spent each year on emergency department visits due to diabetic foot ulcers 5
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