incentaHEALTH and Kaiser Permanente Talk Obesity, Diabetes Prevention and Creating Sustainable Behavior Change for the Masses

incentaHEALTH and Kaiser Permanente Talk Obesity, Diabetes Prevention and Creating Sustainable Behavior Change for the Masses

February 6, 2017

On Tuesday, Feb. 7 incentaHEALTH will be co-presenting with Kaiser Permanente at the 13th Annual Rewarding Healthy Behaviors Forum in Scottsdale, AZ.

Attending the conference? Learn how to create meaningful behavior change for the masses while leveraging chronic disease management objectives.

1. Will consumers actually weigh themselves in public?! Learn about a patented technology platform that enables behavior change through photographed weigh-ins, daily personalized coaching, and incentives for performance.

2. Understand how wearables and at-home monitoring increases accountability and outcomes.

3. Discover how employer groups, clinical settings, and communities at-large can utilize these tools as a complete wellness solution.

incentaHEALTH is a digital healthcare company dedicated to helping employers, communities and consumers thrive by improving their health. Built around the principles of behavioral economics, incentaHEALTH delivers cash rewards for sustained weight loss success. Members receive daily email, text message and app support in the form of a customized daily workout and complete meal plan. Every 90 days our patented HEALTHspot® scale is used to record a private, digital photo along with weight, body fat and blood pressure. Each member can then login to their personal online dashboard, view their private photo gallery and see their physical transformation as they improve their nutrition and exercise. For enterprises seeking to enhance population health, our analytics platform provides real-time data collected via HEALTHspot® scales in the home, workplace, or clinic.

incentaHEALTH’s community wellness platform, called Weigh and Win, is offered to all Colorado residents 18 and over. This unique approach to civic health has engaged over 85,000 members and over 270,000 pounds have been lost statewide.


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