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Ten peer-reviewed studies and counting.

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

participant outcomes

Omada empowers participants to build healthy habits, one small step at a time. And that leads to some pretty amazing outcomes.

Chronic Disease Risk

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

Weight Loss

After the first 16-week intensive phase, participants who completed the Omada program lose around 4% of their body weight on average and about forty percent lose 5% or more. And our two-year data shows they've kept most of it off. [2]

Cost Savings

ROI positive as quickly as 6 months.

Based on our average participant results, employers are estimated to recoup their investment in Omada in as quickly as 6 months. What's more, over 2 years, they are estimated to achieve a predicted net savings of up to $1,338 per participant. [1][3]cost savings

  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. Prev Chronic Dis 2016;13:E13. Study funded by Omada Health; Omada Health had no role in the study/model design and data analysis. Risk reduction calculations based on Omada Health’s participant population as of the study publication date (October 2016). Actual results may vary based on age, gender and other individual and demographic factors.
  2. Weight loss results reflect participants who enrolled in the Omada Program between January 2016 - March 2018 and completed at least 9 of 16 lessons in the first 16 weeks of the Omada program. 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. This claims analysis is being presented as a case study only. The estimated cost savings were calculated by the health plan based on the outcomes of its population included in the analysis (i.e., weight loss). Actual participant outcomes, and the resulting cost savings achieved by a customer will vary on a customer-by-customer basis. Participant outcomes may vary based on age, gender, metabolic rate, level of activity, diet, and other individual and demographic factors.

our clinical literature

The Omada program can work no matter how diverse or spread out your population.
Review our latest peer-reviewed studies to learn more.

2014
Omada Meets CDC Standards
The Diabetes Educator
2014
Omada Meets CDC Standards
The Diabetes Educator
"Participants...achieved an average of 5.4% and 5.2% weight loss at 16 weeks and 12 months, respectively, and a 0.40% reduction in A1c at final measurement."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2015
Long-term Clinical Success with Omada
Journal of Medical Internet Research
2015
Long-term Clinical Success with Omada
Journal of Medical Internet Research
"Users of the [Omada] program experienced significant reductions in body weight and A1c that are maintained after two years."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2015
Female Veterans Find Omada Convenient and Effective
Journal of Medical Internet Research
2015
Female Veterans Find Omada Convenient and Effective
Journal of Medical Internet Research
"Participants lost 5.24% of baseline weight, and 82% of participants completed at least 9 of 16 core modules."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2016
Omada Health's Success with Seniors
PLOS One
2016
Omada Health's Success with Seniors
PLOS One
"At-risk seniors achieve significant weight loss, reduce risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and achieve meaningful medical cost savings."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2016
Projected to Significantly Reduce Diabetes Incidence
Preventing Chronic Disease
2016
Projected to Significantly Reduce Diabetes Incidence
Preventing Chronic Disease
"Results suggest that program participation reduces diabetes incidence by 30% to 33% and stroke by 11% to 16% over five years."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2016
Successful Translation to Underserved Populations
Journal of Diabetes Research
2016
Successful Translation to Underserved Populations
Journal of Diabetes Research
"Patient-informed adaptation, collaborative research and iterative improvements create the path to deliver Omada to Underserved Populations."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2017
Success with Medicare Advantage
Journal of Aging and Health
2017
Success with Medicare Advantage
Journal of Aging and Health
"Older adults across 37 states demonstrated strong engagement in the program, achieved 7.5% weight loss after one year, and improved clinical and psychosocial outcomes related to diabetes and cardiovascular disease."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2017
Proven Effective in a Nationwide Workforce
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
2017
Proven Effective in a Nationwide Workforce
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
"Employees in 41 states successfully enrolled in the program and achieved clinically significant weight loss, reducing their risk for diabetes and other obesity-related chronic diseases."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2017
Validated 3-Year Outcomes
BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care
2017
Validated 3-Year Outcomes
BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care
"Three years after completing the Omada health program, participants maintained meaningful reductions in body weight and A1c."
A Peer Reviewed Study
2018
Medicaid Population Receptive to Omada
Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications
2018
Medicaid Population Receptive to Omada
Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications
"This study helps dispel the myth that underserved populations are unwilling and/or unable to successfully engage with digital or online programs."
A Peer Reviewed Study

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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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