Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 26, 2016 -- The Right Place, a digital health startup that enables hospitals and post-acute care providers to more quickly match and discharge patients to the right place of care, today announced that it has been invited to join the Texas Medical Center Innovation Institute’s TMCx accelerator program. Beginning today through June 2016, the 13 companies selected for the TMCx program will focus on digital healthcare innovation.
“As a Houston-based team that has been quietly at work in Boston for more than a year, we’re thrilled to be included in the TMCx program as we look to introduce The Right Place to skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, and ACOs in Texas,” said Katherine Chambers, Co-Founder and CEO, The Right Place. “The time for Houston is now. As the largest medical center in the world with global leading institutions alongside commercial innovation, the Texas Medical Center innovation program offers startups valuable access to and advice from healthcare leaders, innovators, advisors, policy experts, and venture capitalists to help drive our continued success.”
In November 2015, The Right Place formally launched its bed and referral management mobile solution for skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) that includes a digital bed board, paperless hospital referrals, and instant Medicare eligibility check. The solution is already helping more than 50 SNFs optimize their bed capacity; make better, faster referral decisions on patient placements; and track real-time facility data.
For more information about the Texas Medical Center Innovation Institute and the TMCx accelerator program, please visit http://www.tmcinnovation.org/tmx-x/.
About The Right Place
Founded in 2013, The Right Place was started by healthcare and technology veterans committed to improving the hospital discharge and patient care coordination process in order to deliver a better patient experience, help reduce hospital readmission rates, and lower healthcare costs. The Right Place is a digital health platform that uses the cloud, mobile apps, and data analytics to provide a more fluid and efficient process for healthcare systems to match and discharge post-acute care patients to the right place of care, while creating better value, transparency, and outcomes for healthcare providers, accountable care organizations (ACOs), caregivers, and most importantly, patients.
Kimberly Devine, Divino Group LLC, +1 281-246-1258, [email protected]
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