Collectively, we are a team of professionals dedicated to using our talents and skills for improving access to better healthcare solutions for people suﬀering from mental health and substance use disorders. Every member of our team comes from healthcare industry backgrounds with an emphasis on technology, marketing and business development. We understand the unique challenges that rehabs have faced in acquiring the right patients through all of the channels available before TMRI. And because we believe access to treatment is a crucial component of the sobriety blueprint, we spent 4 years dedicated to researching and developing the most safe, accurate, eﬀective and fast way to expertly match patients to high quality, credentialed treatment centers. Reducing stigma, removing barriers, simplifying the process of identifying the right level of care needed for the patient, assessing their personal needs and preferences, verifying their beneﬁts and ﬁnding payment solutions for the underinsured are all part of the solution that we have created. And we know that by keeping rehabs proﬁtable, we contribute to saving more lives.
I started researching and developing TMRI in 2015. I had been a marketing executive in the healthcare industry for 11 years. During that time I saw many points in the care continuum where intervention and support could make a real diﬀerence in the lives of so many people suﬀering with substance use disorders. But it wasn’t until I experienced ﬁrst hand how incredibly diﬃcult it is to help a loved one get into treatment that I could truly understand why those concerned healthcare, legal and social service advocates along that continuum were so stumped; there was no comprehensive and eﬀective system by which they could access treatment faster than the onset of withdrawal symptoms. Of all the dating apps, hotel reservation management systems, restaurant locators and electronic medical records systems, how had a solution not been created for the most pervasive problem we have in this country? A problem that fuels homelessness, poverty, despair, violence, child abuse, neglect, domestic violence, mass shootings and organized corruption. It seemed so simple, so why hadn’t anyone done it? Because it isn’t so simple after all. I believe that by helping one person get sober you can save the lives of so many; daughters, sons, husbands, wives, mother, fathers and every person who touches that persons life. That is why this tool is free for healthcare, legal and social service professionals. That is why there is no big software implementation that becomes a hospital administrative nightmare. There is no ridiculous learning curve to use it. There is literally no reason why a person who advocates on the behalf of patients suﬀering from SUD’s can use it. TMRI streamlines access to equitable healthcare solutions for patients and clients suﬀering from SUD’s. No stigma, no barriers, no cost, no implementation. This is my solution and my answer to the “war on drugs”. So I ask, will you be part of the solution?