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incentaHEALTH and FLEXcity Fitness Partner to Offer New Healthy at Home Solution, FLEXhealth

Colorado-based digital health company, incentaHEALTH, and Michigan-based FLEXcity Fitness have partnered to provide healthy at-home solutions. The collaboration seeks to combine the digital health coaching, remote weight management, and behavior change incentives within incentaHEALTH’s digital health platform and FLEX’s interval-based fitness studio classes and coaches. This joint effort seeks to expand health resources to individuals seeking […]

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PRESS RELEASE: incentaHEALTH Teams Up with Blue Cross Blue Shield to Offer Its Digital Weight Loss Program to Members Through the Blue365 Portal

Getting healthier has never been easier – or cheaper – for select Blue Cross Blue Shield members. A recent partnership between the health insurer and incentaHEALTH gives members a turn-key weight management program in the palm of their hands. The partnership highlights discounted member pricing through the Blue365 portal.  “We’re excited to partner with Blue Cross […]

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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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Case Study: Sustained Behavior Change

Industry: Power & Energy, 573 employeesParticipant Profile: 63% male, 43 average ageWork Setting: Office and Engineering Setting with Operations, IT, Administrative and Executive LeadershipLocation: Little Rock, Arkansas Summary We have been partners in wellness for seven years. incentaHEALTH provides employees with a wellness solution that improves employee well-being and lowers health care costs. We has been […]

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Case Study: Long Term Weight Management, Corporate Wellness Client

Industry: Insurance, 2,100 employeesParticipant Profile: 65% female, 45.6 average ageWork Setting: Office and remote workersLocation: Lansing, MI; Milwaukee, WI; San Fransisco, CA Summary We have been partners in wellness for over a decade. We built upon the client’s longstanding commitment to employee health by providing a wellness solution that successfully incentivizes employees to practice healthy lifestyles. […]

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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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