Improve Adherence.
Decrease Readmissions.

Wellth helps patients change their behaviors so they get better faster. We apply behavioral economics through scalable technology to achieve better adherence, engagement, and health. And we improve care manager efficiency so they can deliver more effective, higher touch care.

Wellth also mitigates risk for health insurers and risk-bearing provider systems so they can reduce costs. We serve the most common chronic conditions with disease-specific behavior change programs. All our programs are fully compliant with Commercial, Medicare, Medicaid, HIPAA, Beneficiary Inducement, and other important regulations.

Heart Failure

Med adherence and weight monitoring to reduce hospitalizations

Heart Attack

Post-discharge adherence to reduce readmissions

Type 2 Diabetes

Care plan adherence to improve blood sugar control and outcomes


Proper inhaler usage and self-management to reduce ER visits

How it works

Here's how Wellth helps Joe, who just had his first heart attack.

Enroll in the Hospital

Joe is offered a $75 Amazon gift card for 90 days of adherence

Daily Incentive to
Take Medications

Verification is a Snap

Wellth AI verifies Joe takes the right meds at the right time

Better Outcomes

40% or better reduction to readmissions

Wellth uses behavioral economics and the latest research in habit formation to fundamentally solve the root causes of patient non-adherence.

The costliest problem in healthcare is that patients with chronic diseases don’t do everything they are supposed to. Other companies try to force coaching, education, and new technology on patients. Instead, we understand what drives patient behaviors and we motivate them to change by offering them an immediate incentive to act.


Incorporating the latest proven methods from Behavioral Economic research, Wellth leverages both intrinsic and extrinsic motivators to get 70% more patient buy-in.

Ease of Use

We create such an easy-to-use and rewarding experience for our patients that they actually want to stick with it over time.

Present bias means our behaviors are only
driven by immediate results

Wellth is the only solution that overcomes present bias.

When structured correctly, incentives produce
behavior changes that last after incentive goes away

Typical engagement in disease management programs starts low and continually drops over time. However, researchers at UPenn found that daily financial incentives can increase participation on Day 1 and maintain higher engagement even after incentives are removed.