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Seven peer-reviewed studies and counting.

Technology, data, and design are great,
but it's clinical outcomes that really matter.

participant outcomes

The Omada program is designed to work, no matter how diverse your population. And since it’s delivered digitally, participants can access the program anywhere. Review our latest peer-reviewed studies to learn more.

Chronic Disease Risk

Within 12 months, the average Omada participant lowers their 5-year risk for: [1]

Weight Loss

Within 16 weeks, participants who complete the Omada program, on average, lose typically 4-5% of their body weight. And our two-year data shows they've kept most of it off. [2]

Cost Savings

Based on average participant results, health plans or employers are estimated to recoup their investment in Omada within 2 years. What's more, over 5 years, they will achieve a predicted net savings of over $2,000 per participant. [1][3]

  1. Su W, Chen F, Dall TM, Iacobucci W, Perreault L. Return on Investment for Digital Behavioral Counseling in Patients With Prediabetes and Cardiovascular Disease. Preventing chronic disease. 2016;13:E13. Epub 2016/01/29. doi: 10.5888/pcd13.150357. Study funded by Omada Health; Omada Health had no role in the study/model design and data analysis.
  2. Average participant 1-year weight loss based on the total number of participants in the Omada program who complete a minimum of 9 lessons. Sepah SC, Jiang L, Peters AL. Long-term outcomes of a web-based diabetes prevention program: 2-year results of a single-arm longitudinal study. J Med Internet Res. 2015;17(4):e92. doi: 10.2196/jmir.4052.
  1. ROI calculation based on 3rd party-developed Markov model adjusted for medical cost inflation, (ref) using the latest commercial weight loss results (4-5% weight loss at week 26) and 2017 pricing. Actual results and cost savings may vary based on age, gender and other individual and demographic factors. Sepah SC, Jiang L, Peters AL. Long-term outcomes of a Web-based diabetes prevention program: 2-year results of a single-arm longitudinal study. J Med Internet Res. 2015;17(4):e92. doi: 10.2196/jmir.4052. Study funded by Omada Health. Results are based on study participants only; actual results may vary based on age, gender and other individual and demographic factors.

Have you identified your Tipping Point Population?

case studies

Sure, it all sounds great in theory. But how does it play out in practice?
Take a look at a handful of case studies to find out.

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