SAN FRANCISCO -- April 14, 2021 -- Today Omada Health announced the launch of Physician-Guided Care for diabetes and hypertension, creating the first virtual cardiometabolic clinic. Omada is adding virtual consultations with physicians for members who need more help controlling their conditions. Members will now have access to behavior change support, diabetes/hypertension management and education, devices and monitoring, and medical management of diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia all in one place. The multidisciplinary, virtual clinic care team will include physicians, health coaches, and diabetes educators, working together to improve members’ health.
For members, this level of care means their data and their care experiences are integrated and coordinated. Each care team member knows their health history, their latest CGM and other device readings, and has access to their lab data. The Member can access that same information, right on their smartphone. This data also flows back to the member’s primary care physician, when they have one. This all means the member doesn’t have to do the work of managing the bureaucracy of healthcare, and can instead focus on improving their health.
“At Omada, we’re defining a new era of health – an era that is built on a belief that everyone with a chronic condition can improve their health,” said Carolyn Jasik, MD, Omada Health’s Chief Medical Officer. “Omada’s new, virtual-first care platform offers a way to supplement meaningful in-person care and create a surround sound experience for members battling complex conditions.”
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Via: Omada Health