In an instant, health insurance providers and healthcare providers were required to rethink the way they delivered care to members and patients. The rapid expansion of telehealth and remote patient monitoring have offered immediate options to maintain some continuity of care in uncertain times. However, the acceptance of these care delivery models has accelerated the future of digital care as a standard of care — and the most successful insurers will be the ones that begin implementing comprehensive digital care strategies now. That means that health insurance providers must evaluate true digital care companies as more than vendors or point solutions; they must integrate this work into their care strategy in ways that will deliver a better patient experience, and ultimately better health outcomes (and savings) for members.
The webinar will demonstrate Omada’s long-held vision for the future of digital care. The company began as a prevention point solution, but has evolved to a wide-ranging provider of digital care services including chronic disease prevention and management, mental health support, and musculoskeletal care, including physical therapy, delivery. By methodically expanding the breadth of the company’s offerings while maintaining a depth of clinical rigor, and a deep commitment to human connection at the center of care, Omada is charting a course for the future of digital care.
Co-Founder and CEO
Sean Duffy is the Co-founder and CEO of Omada Health, a digital care program that empowers people to achieve their health goals through sustainable lifestyle change. In 2017, Omada was recognized as one of Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies and in 2016, the company was named a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.
Sean’s past speaking engagements include the World Economic Forum annual conference, Clinton Global Initiative Health Matters Summit, the Society for Behavioral Medicine, the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference, and others. He has written extensively about digital health and the future of healthcare in The New England Journal of Medicine, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and TechCrunch, among other publications.
Prior to Omada, Sean worked at both Google and IDEO. A former MD/MBA candidate at Harvard, he holds a BS in neuroscience from Columbia University.