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Category: Diabetes Prevention

incentaHEALTH Partners with Colorado Department of Public Health to address Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Program accessibility

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is partnering with incentaHEALTH to offer incentaHEALTH’s virtual diabetes prevention program, #PreventDiabetes to Coloradans. This partnership has been made possible by grant funding and includes additional partnerships with employers and healthcare providers. CDPHE serves Coloradans by providing public health and environmental protection services that promote healthy people […]

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The Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center and incentaHEALTH partner to offer Type 2 diabetes prevention

The Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center is working with incentaHEALTH to offer incentaHEALTH’s virtual diabetes prevention program, #PreventDiabetes, to Connecticut community members. #PreventDiabetes is a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) fully recognized virtual National Diabetes Prevention Program.  The Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center is conducting a research project working to improve the health in low income communities by […]

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PRESS RELEASE: incentaHEALTH Achieves Full CDC Recognition for Virtual Diabetes Prevention Program, #PreventDiabetes

incentaHEALTH’s patented “healthy selfie” screening technology now powering home-based diabetes prevention solution that helps individuals with prediabetes get healthy at home incentaHEALTH announced today that the company achieved full recognition status for its virtual diabetes prevention program (DPP) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). #PreventDiabetes is built upon incentaHEALTH’s core weight management program […]

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Cracking the Code for Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) in partnership with Federally Qualified Health Centers

Since 2003, incentaHEALTH has been known for its durable behavior change and unique ability to “meet people where they are” to offer engaging, effective, and evidence-based weight management programs. Initially focused solely on weight management, incentaHEALTH has grown to offer a virtual diabetes prevention program called #PreventDiabetes.  The digital platform has received preliminary recognition from the […]

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A virtual DPP that engages your population even when they’re at home

Looking for a virtual diabetes prevention program that can safely reach any audience, even during COVID social distancing? Watch our 60 second demo video to see how incentaHEALTH’s virtual DPP can be your turnkey diabetes prevention platform. The incentaHEALTH #PreventDiabetes platform is a CDC-recognized virtual diabetes prevention program that uses our patented HEALTHspot® smart scale to […]

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Published in Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, researchers found that pairing a physical activity tracker such as a Fitbit was related to greater success with weight loss, with those wearing activity trackers being 40% more likely to achieve a 5% BMI

Members pairing a wearable fitness tracker are 40% more likely to achieve 5% BMI reduction

Researchers at Virginia Tech, University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Georgia State University have been studying the impact of physical activity trackers on weight loss and overall engagement in a wellness program. In a peer-reviewed paper recently published in the Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), researchers analyzed members of incentaHEALTH’s Weigh […]

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PRESS RELEASE: incentaHEALTH’s Virtual Diabetes Prevention Program Earns CDC Preliminary Recognition

Patented platform uses visual progress tracking to reward members for improving their nutrition and exercise and reducing their risk for type 2 diabetes DENVER, November 18, 2019 – Digital health company, incentaHEALTH, announced today that they have earned Preliminary Recognition status from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for their virtual diabetes prevention program […]

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