HRS was founded in 2012 by three college friends in a one-bedroom apartment in NYC. The year before, while pursuing his MBA at Johns Hopkins University, HRS CEO, Jarrett Bauer, discovered his grandmother had been readmitted to the hospital due to an exacerbation in her heart failure. Immediately, Jarrett thought to himself, “how could this happen? There must be a way to avoid readmission.”
Leveraging his background in healthcare, Jarrett researched the drivers of hospital readmission: medication adherence, dietary adherence, lack of health literacy, and lack of caregiver support. With this information, Jarrett started creating the new standard of care - HRS telehealth.
Jarrett partnered with college friends, Rohan Udeshi (COO & Co-Founder) and Dan Priece (CTO & Co-Founder), to build a comprehensive, cloud-based, telehealth platform aimed at engaging patients in their care plan, and arming clinicians with the tools they need to provide exceptional care.
Today, HRS partners with over 150 leading medical centers spanning 40 states, servicing nearly 100,000 patients across 70 disease conditions. HRS has become a nationally-recognized provider of telehealth and remote patient monitoring solutions. We will continue to innovate to further the mission of improving the care and quality of life for as many patients as possible.
Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) was founded on the belief that the most effective health care is basic, uncomplicated, and accessible. We believe outpatient care is as vital as inpatient care and that patients and providers must be armed with tools to improve clinical outcomes. We are committed to changing patient behavior, reducing readmission, and decreasing costs by providing patients and providers with the most advanced telehealth solutions.