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We publish data through a rigorous third-party, peer-review process.

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Our program can work no matter how diverse or spread out your population. Review our latest studies to learn more.

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Engagement.

Our best-in-class design, empathetic health coaches, and smart technology work together to ensure participants stay committed over time. As such, our engagement rates far exceed those of typical weight-loss programs.

total engagement % at 12 months

Weight Loss.

Within 12 months, participants  lose almost double the weight of those using in-person diabetes prevention programs.
omada program3
4.7%
in-person dpp4
2.4%
other health and wellness programs5
0.5%

ROI.

For health plans and employers, participation in our program can lead to cost-savings within 24-36 months, by reducing the medical costs associated with diabetes.6
ROI.
Sources

1 Omada 2013-2014 commercial deployments as of Oct 2014. Engagement defined as weigh-in or log-in during calendar month.

2 Finley CE, Barlow CE, Greenway FL, Rock CL, Rolls BJ, Blair SN. Retention rates and weight loss in a commercial weight loss program. Int J Obes (Lond). 2007;31(2):292-8.

3 Omada 2013-2014 commercial deployments.

4 Dunkley AJ, Bodicoat DH, Greaves CJ, et al. Diabetes Prevention in the Real World: Effectiveness of Pragmatic Lifestyle Interventions for the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes and of the Impact of Adherence to Guideline Recommendations: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.Diabetes Care. 2014;37(4):922-933.

5 Rand Corporation, Workplace Wellness Program Study: Final Report, 2013

6 Prevent Health Economic Monograph. Internal model using historical Prevent outcomes combined with published disease-specific cost estimates. 2014