Our mission is to end the spread of infection and promote a healthy work environment.
Our founder, Rik Heller, created Wello® to answer the call of creating better ways to control disease using technology. As the pioneer inventor of automated, wireless temperature monitoring using sensors and cloud-based technology with his former company, FreshLoc Technologies, Inc, now Mesa Labs, he recognized the need for improved disease control and contagion management in healthcare and beyond. Wello® continually strives to find ways to leverage technology for the prevention of disease spread. We are dedicated to making wellness epidemic by breaking the chain of contagious infection.
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Self-service non-contact body temperature screening
Stop and Check. Don't Infect.
Evidence-based, tested, and proven in hospitals, jails, and care centers across the country, Wello solutions are unique. They provide data that allows users to help prevent disease spread before it becomes epidemic. Learn more about how Wello’s solutions can help you.
Help Protect Your Patients and Staff From Infection Spread
It only takes one person to spread disease. Infectious carriers are often unaware of their state. Merely walking into the wrong part of your facility puts those you serve and your staff at risk, as well as, your reputation.
The welloStationX™ can empower your employees with actionable information about potentially high-risk persons in real-time, while helping to protecting them and your in-house patient population from infection exposure.
WelloStationX™ is the first self-service, non-contact body temperature screening system. It is clinically tested and FDA Cleared as a Class II medical device. The welloStationX™ can empower your employees with actionable information about potentially high-risk persons in real-time, helping protect against infection spread.
WelloWatch™ is a free mobile app that keeps you alerted to local weather conditions conducive to viral spread and susceptibility. It uses relative humidity (RH) and dew point to report risk based on a three color (red, yellow, green) scale.
NRA Quality Assurance
OCT 20, 2017