The Omada Program is a digital therapeutic based on the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC’s) National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), designed with the goal of the prevention of obesity-related chronic diseases. Through an engaging digital experience, participants focus on the goals of losing body weight and increasing physical activity.
Omada ties all reimbursement/payment to engagement and participant outcomes in the program. After one initial reimbursement when the patient initiates the program, Omada’s monthly revenue is solely based on the percent of weight loss achieved by that participant in that month. There are no other charges for any element of the program.
Omada provides a valuable tool to organizations engaged in APMs by allowing them to address a population most likely to drive healthcare spending in the very near future. These individuals, already at the tipping point of diabetes, will soon be among the highest utilizers of healthcare resources. DPP’s focus on behavior change – diet, exercise, sleep, and stress – to support weight loss is important given the proven, direct relationship between weight loss, biomarker improvement, and chronic disease risk reduction. Omada enables organizations to intervene with these individuals before they develop chronic conditions.