CHANGE IS HARD.
We are not partnering directly with patients at this time. Patients may be eligible for Fit4D support through their insurance provider or medication/insulin manufacturer.
Adopting and adhering to new diabetes programs and treatments is tough even for the most committed patients. Reasons for poorly controlled diabetes are complex and management is complicated.
We partner with pharmaceutical companies, health insurance companies, and provider groups to guide their patients to the right content, when they need it. Through one-on-one coaching, patients receive guidance on how to remain adherent to their treatment plan and live a healthy lifestyle.
Fit4D support pathways are based on the principles of motivational interviewing, a technique which helps patients increase their own desire to change behavior. Fit4D coaches uniquely empower and inspire people living with diabetes to help them take a more active role in their health.
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