Partnering in Preventative Care
By remotely monitoring patients at high-risk for diabetic foot complications, Podimetrics helps clinicians achieve better outcomes and reduce the clinical burden of treatment.
Using our SmartMat, we monitor patients' foot temperatures and notify if preventive clinical action is needed.
Our care management team ensures high patient engagement.
The Podimetrics SmartMat detected 97% of diabetic foot ulcers. 3
Inflammation is detected weeks before an ulcer would present clinically. 3
How it Works
Writes prescription for the SmartMat
Takes daily scans on their SmartMat at home
Monitors patient scans and manages outreach
Takes clinical action if needed
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).
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Podimetrics helps clinicians achieve better outcomes and reduce the clinical burden of treatment.
Veterans Health Administration
Podimetrics is available to eligible patients receiving care within the Veteran’s Health Administration (VHA).
For more information on purchasing and using Podimetrics at your VAMC:
Private Healthcare Systems
Podimetrics is available to those receiving care in select integrated networks, and we are working to make it available under commercial health plans, Medicare and Medicaid.
For more information on using Podimetrics within your healthcare system:
Clinical Burden of
Diabetic Foot Ulcers
01Lengthy and complex treatment
Chronic wound treatment can require weekly visits to the clinic for debridement, biologics, wound dressing changes, etc.
02High rates of recurrence
As many as 50% of patients will re-ulcerate in the 2 years after a wound has healed. 1
Diabetes-related foot complications such as ulcers and infections are the leading cause of lower extremity amputations. 2