RESEARCH

Measurable Results

71% of engaged participants have reduced their BMI

A study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine found 71% of engaged participants in incentaHEALTH’s community weight management program called Weigh and Win have reduced their BMI.  Read more >>

71% of engaged participants have reduced their BMI

A study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine found 71% of engaged participants in incentaHEALTH’s community weight management program called Weigh and Win have reduced their BMI.  Read more >>

16-to-1 ROI based on BMI improvements achieved by incentaHEALTH’s Weigh and Win platform

Published in Preventive Medicine, researchers projected a 16:1 ROI across all race and ethnicities, saving the insurance payer an estimated $47.3 million over the study population’s lifetime. Read more >>

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

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 reduction. Read more >>

9.7 pounds greater weight loss for participants in group incentive model

Published in Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers using the incentaHEALTH scale found improved weight loss for participants assigned to group incentives. Read more >>