Proven Outcomes: 

Fit4D's Self-Management Coaching Program Lowers Costs and Saves Providers Time While Improving Patient Health 


Improved Health Outcomes For Your Patients in your Accountable Care Organization (ACO)

Extend valuable time and care to high risk patients beyond the traditional health care setting without increasing appointment and physician time. Keep your patient population adherent to physician directives and prescriptions through measurable engagement. Raise 2017 Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) scores while saving money and improving health outcomes for high risk uncontrolled diabetes pool. 


  • Expert educators make it easier to do your job not harder, helping to close gaps in care
  • Data-driven approach to improving health measures
  • Personalized support addressed barriers (e.g., overwhelmed, lack of education, etc.)
  • Multi-channel interactions in patient-preferred modalities (e.g., phone, email, text, web, etc.) at times convenient to the patient
  • Proven, performance-based
  • Supports 2017 quality measures

How it works

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Reference Clients 


Patient Experiences

Barry is a busy farmer in Nebraska who lives far from his provider. We fit into his schedule to answer his questions.



Christina was having pain in her toes, but was afraid that her toe would be amputated if she saw her doctor. We educated her on proper foot care and got her to the doctor immediately.



Ethan was overwhelmed and he was not taking his medication or monitoring his blood sugar. We helped him to take his medication and lose 20 pounds through dietary changes.

It really has helped just in having some of it explained more in layman terms that I understand better and how different things react with other things.
When I know somebody is going to watch me, I want to do something and then come back with something positive. I appreciate that very much!
It made me realize some of the things I should have known all along and just didn’t or it just didn’t click that it was that important.