The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 86 million American adults have prediabetes, and of those, as many as a third will become diabetics within five years.
Beginning January 1, 2015, virtually all private insurers must cover services — with no copay — that help people with elevated blood sugar levels change their diets and increase their physical activity.
Health officials hope the change in coverage will drive down diabetes rates.
At the same time, make no mistake: Entrepreneurs “feel the commercial winds blowing,” said Omada Chief Commercial Officer Mike Payne.
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Omada Health has revealed promising results from a study that looked at how well its digital health tools could help spur weight loss among Medicare members, a milestone for the company a couple of months after it roped in new funding to develop its health management program.
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