We help patients become more educated and engaged, with personalized programs that enable them to actively manage their health.
We enable providers to improve patient health outcomes, encourage adherence, and help change patient behavior.
We motivate members to live healthier lives by providing them with the tools and resources to proactively engage in their own health.
We enable government to educate populations, increase adherence, change patient behaviors, and improve public health outcomes.
When I take my medicine I feel really great. I probably should take it more often.
I’ve heard that babies need like a dozen different vaccines but that’s pretty much all I know.
So my theory is that it was the flu shot that actually got me sick. I’m definitely not doing that again, or should I?
The doctor changed my diet, but I kinda changed it back.
I had a doctor’s appointment this morning, and you know, I probably should’ve gone.
You know, I think I’m almost positive I know what my doctor meant.
My wife is pregnant, so I guess my part is done, right?
My doctor says I have diabetes. Is that bad?
I don’t have a doctor, so whenever I don’t feel well, I just go to the E.R.
I heard there is a free clinic around here. I have no idea where it is.
My girlfriend says that two condoms are better than one. I think she’s right, isn’t she?
It is going to take me a lot longer to figure out how to be a mom.
For the last 5 years, Rip Road has been at the forefront of the Mobile Health movement. We have developed a proprietary technology platform for patient management programs. We enable providers and payors to reach patients on their mobile devices – through e-mail, SMS, MMS, IVR, push notifications, native smartphones apps and the mobile web.
Provider-sponsored protocols coupled with intelligent algorithms allow us to deliver the right information, at the right time, using the right channel – for each patient’s specific needs. Patients learn to communicate with their providers, actively manage their health conditions, and adhere to their treatments and health regimens.
Our current programs include Diabetes, Asthma, Prenatal Care, Adolescent Health, and Flu Safety.
How did we get here?
Rip Road’s understanding of how patients use mobile has enabled us to engage our patient population (adolescents) effectively. Since we began TextInTheCity, our patient participation has increased, and patients are more likely to take their medications and attend their appointments.”