GoodLux to Participate in the iGetBetter “Triple-Aim Care Transition” Webinar Series

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"Reducing Cost in ACOs: Managing Depression with Comorbid Conditions" on 2/12

Free Webinar: Reducing Cost in ACOs: Managing Depression with Comorbid Conditions

GoodLux Technology, a provider of the light management solution for the treatment of depression, announced today it is participating in its partner’s Webinar series to discuss how treating depression in comorbid patients can reduce cost for ACOs. iGetBetter, Inc., a supplier of post-acute care transition solutions, is hosting the 4th episode of its “Triple-Aim Care Transition” Webinar series which will focus on measurement of bright light therapy and its impact on depression and other comorbid conditions.

WHAT:     Free Webinar: Reducing Cost in ACOs: Managing Depression with Comorbid Conditions
WHEN:     February 12, 2015, noon EDT
WHERE:    Register here:

Ed Likovich, Ph.D., GoodLux Technology CEO, and David Lebudzinski, MD, iGetBetter Chief Medical Officer, will discuss:

  • The role of bright light therapy in depression management.
  • Outcome of depression self-care on other comorbidities.
  • Combining the SunSprite care plan with any of iGetBetter’s care plans (i.e., Congestive Heart Failure, hypertension) and the impact on providers and patients.

For those interested that cannot attend, register anyway and we will send you the recording.

The first joint pilot by the two companies is being conducted with a physician practice group in Park City, UT. The iGetBetter and GoodLux Technology teams of clinicians, technologists and health organization experts are seeking additional no-cost pilots for patients with comorbid conditions which are susceptible to depression, such as congestive heart failure (CHF), acute coronary syndrome (ACS), hypertension, and diabetes.

Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, GoodLux Technology designs, manufactures and manages the SunSprite solution, a wearable and cloud-based light management solution which engages patients to self-manage depression by effectively using bright light therapy (BLT). The GoodLux team, comprised of doctors, engineers, physicists and healthcare experts, utilizes its science background to create tangible solutions for value-driven healthcare systems. For more information, please visit

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