Dr. Alia Crum, Stanford Mind & Body Lab scientist, and Jeffrey Pfeffer, Stanford professor of organizational behavior, to headline virtual summit April 14 - 15, 2021
San Francisco, CA (March 3, 2021) —Today, Omada Health announced that registration is now open for Mindset 2021, a free, virtual event which aims to reinvent the way the industry thinks about chronic care by applying the science of behavior change. The conference will spotlight how innovative organizations are leading a new era for workforce health through breakthrough approaches to maintaining a competitive advantage.
“The science of behavior change and digital care delivery is leading to breakthroughs in the way we’re able to improve health for people with chronic conditions,” said Sean Duffy, Omada co-founder and CEO. “The ‘old way’ of motivating people to get healthy is history. If we want to see better outcomes, better ROI and happier, healthier people, then it’s time to shift our mindset about healthcare altogether.”
Healthcare leaders, clinical researchers, physicians and workforce experts featured in the summit lineup will showcase how people with chronic conditions are enabled to live healthier lives and how behavior science is revolutionizing care. Exclusive announcements from Omada Health will also be unveiled during the two-day event, taking place April 14-15, 2021. Key speakers include:
- Dr. Alia Crum - Principal Investigator, Stanford Mind & Body Lab
- Jeffrey Pfeffer - Stanford Professor, Organizational Behavior
- Aashima Gupta - Director, Global Healthcare Strategy & Solutions, Google Cloud
- Dr. Amy Bucher - VP of Behavior Change Design, Mad*Pow
- Sean Duffy - Chief Executive Officer, Omada Health
Mindset 2021 will inspire benefits leaders to take action by helping them understand how health behavior affects chronic conditions, leads to better outcomes for populations, and improves ROI. The conference will also address how organizations can meet these growing demands through the guidance of leading industry experts and brands, such as Costco, who will discuss their decision making criteria in evaluating clinical grade providers.
“Research shows that mindsets can be consciously and deliberately changed through intervention to affect physiological and psychological well-being, such as exercise, diet, and stress,” said Stanford’s Mind & Body Lab Principal Investigator Dr. Alia Crum. “I’m thrilled to join fellow industry leaders at Omada’s Digital Care Summit to uncover how we can help consumers harness the power of their mind to drive lasting change.”
Mindset 2021 sessions will align with four tracks: A New Era of Digital Chronic Care; Breakthroughs in Innovation; Behavior Change & Your Population; and Improving Workforce Health Enables a Competitive Advantage.
Specific panels will uncover how an investment in innovative population care can contribute to a healthier workforce, the future of healthcare and what it truly means to be “healthy,” how to define and evaluate clinical grade digital care providers and more.
For more information on Mindset 2021 or to sign up for your complimentary registration, please visit https://summit.omadahealth.com/.
About Omada Health
Omada Health combines the latest clinical protocols with breakthrough behavior science to make it possible for people with chronic conditions to achieve long term improvements in their health. Working with health plans, employers, and health systems, the company delivers personalized interventions for diabetes and diabetes prevention, hypertension, musculoskeletal issues and behavioral health. Omada Health’s digital care programs are clinically supported and evidence-based, and have had its results published in multiple peer-reviewed journals. Omada builds programs that employees don’t just try, but stick with – resulting in reduced healthcare costs that deliver long term changes in health behavior and increased ROI.