Population Health Insights

Learn how incentaHEALTH is making HEALTH rewarding

incentaHEALTH’s #PreventDiabetes program is Awarded another 3 Years of Full CDC Recognition

#PreventDiabetes is built upon incentaHEALTH’s core weight management program that has been helping individuals achieve and maintain a healthy weight through online coaching, patented photographed progress tracking, and incentives for meaningful change. incentaHEALTH brings a low cost alternative to the traditional classroom based diabetes prevention programs.  Over the last three years incentaHEALTH has worked with organizations [...]
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Jefferson County selected for Healthy Workplace 2022 Family Friendly Workplace!

One of incentaHEALTH’s customers, Jefferson County, was selected for the Health Links Healthy Workplace 2022 Family Friendly Workplace! incentaHEALTH provides our Healthy Lifestyle 360 program to the Jefferson County workforce and honored our partnership has had such a positive impact. This award is given to organizations that excel in supporting employees as caregiving in all stages [...]
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What’s new on the incentaHEALTH platform?

Here at incentaHEALTH we are continuously upgrading our member experience with new features. While many of our features are driven by client and member feedback, our incentaHEALTH team members are all innovators by nature! Take a look at what's new and a few of our classic favorites. App Push Notification (APN) Message Center (LIVE) With this [...]
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Press Release: incentaHEALTH Awarded Sourcewell contract for Digital Health Products

incentaHEALTH is excited to announce its suite of weight management, obesity and diabetes prevention programs for employer wellness have been selected by Sourcewell as part of their Digital Health Products contract. Sourcewell is a leading cooperative purchasing network that aims to build stronger relationships with government agencies, non-profits, and educational institutions and leading suppliers to deliver [...]
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Wyoming Health Department Continues Partnership with incentaHEALTH

The Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division, has continued their partnership with incentaHEALTH to offer incentaHEALTH’s virtual diabetes prevention program, #PreventDiabetes, to Wyoming residents. The program has been a success and we are excited to continue working with the Wyoming Department of Health to reduce the incidence of Type II Diabetes in the state. Here are what some Wyomingites are [...]
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What the Media is saying about our #PreventDiabetes Program in Wyoming

Oil City news, the largest community news platform in Wyoming, reported on the success of the incentaHEALTH #PreventDiabetes  program sponsored by the Wyoming Department of Health. Because of the large success, the program will be offered at no-cost to more Wyoming residents for another year. Media coverage from channels such as this, that have 3,856,377 readers [...]
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Obesity Prevention Begins in the Home

A Growing Obesity Crisis 42% of U.S. adults are obese. If you include those who are either overweight or obese, the number climbs to a staggering 73% of U.S. adults. The pandemic lockdowns have made matters worse. In an analysis of 15 million patients in Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems, 39% of patients have gained weight [...]
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incentaHEALTH uses Motivational Interviewing to Evoke Change

Suzie, a 51-year-old Colorado resident struggled to find the motivation to lose weight and improve her lifestyle. IncentaHEALTH gave her the resources she needed for success. “My greatest hurdle was listening to that voice – that voice was telling me I needed to do something with my life. I needed to make a change.” According to [...]
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Diabetes: A Rising Health Crisis

While the country has been confronting the COVID-19  pandemic, another health crisis has been occurring. Diabetes related deaths for Americans has surpassed the 100,000 mark for the second year in a row. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), deaths increased by 17% in 2020 and 15% in 2021. In 2019, [...]
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