Behavior Based Diabetes Webinar

Listen to David Ahern, Ph.D., Sr Scientist and Co-Founder of Abacus Health and Dr. Charles Eaton, Primary Care Physician as they discuss a behavior based diabetes intervention which drives patients to their PCP and the resulting impacts on health outcomes, hospitalizations, costs and quality metrics.

Mitigating the Rise of Self Insured Employer Health Care Costs for Chronic Populations – a webinar done with World Congress and the Validation Institute

Listen to David Ahern, Ph.D., Sr Scientist and Co-Founder of Abacus Health and Nora Costa, VP of Total Rewards from Mapfre Insurance discuss how utilizing relevant and contingent incentives to drive engagement in core care activities with user's physicians can improve health, reduce hospitalizations and lower costs for chronically ill...

Abacus CEO Michael Follick, Ph.D interviewed by Adam Torres from the Mission Matters Podcast

Focused on people’s health, Michael Follick, Ph.D., CEO of Abacus Health Solutions, discusses the importance of behavioral science in managing chronic illness in this interview. While talking about Abacus Health Solutions, Dr. Follick discusses the foundational factors within the company that drive improved health outcomes and reduce the risk and...

Abacus Diabetes Program Earns Validation

Abacus Health Solutions is proud to announce its Diabetes Care Rewards Program has earned Validation from the Validation Institute, a trusted independent source to certify marketing and results claims.The program earned Level 1 - savings validation.  A Level 1 savings validation states the program can produce a reduction of health...

Abacus Secures Patent on Behavioral Science approach to Chronic Health Condition Management

Abacus Health Solutions , a pioneer in behaviorally focused chronic health condition management, announces the award of a patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office. The patent is titled Incentive Based Discount System. The patent, US Patent No. 10,853,452,B1 represents a combination of modern technology and behavioral science to...

Surge in diabetes related complications leads to dramatic rise in hospitalizations

In an article published this week in the Journal American Medical Association Network (JAMA Network) by Edward W. Gregg, PhD1,2; Israel Hora, PhD1; Stephen R. Benoit, MD1 risks of lower extremity amputation, kidney failure, and cardiovascular events along with hospital admissions among patients diagnosed with diabetes are on the rise as compared to the 10 previous years. In...

Abacus partners with Health Action Council for education event.

Abacus Health's senior scientist, Dr. David K. Ahern is set to conduct an educational workshop for the Health Action Council's membership on May 21, 2019 entitled Bending the Diabetes Cost Trend. Dr. Ahern will share the results of a study summarizing a decade-long implementation of the Abacus Health Diabetes Care...

City of Lynn, MA
Wins Big with Diabetes Management

City of Lynn MA claims trendThe City has improved
the health of their Employees and reduces costs by implementing the Abacus Health Diabetes Care Rewards Program

Abacus Scientifically Validates Diabetes Care Program Results

Using over a decade’s worth of program data, Abacus has scientifically proven the effectiveness of the Diabetes Care Rewards Program including nearly a $1,400 annual medical claim savings.

COVID19 Update
Abacus Health

Maintaining the health and safety of our employees and program members is our top priority during this public health crisis.

The Abacus Health HelpLine is fully operational. HelpLine Advocates are available to answer member’s questions about our programs, assist with program enrollment and schedule a time for members to speak with our clinical staff.  Additionally, our entire staff is fully operational and operating remotely.

Due to the ongoing challenges some members are facing in scheduling and keeping appointments with their Providers, extensions are available by calling the HelpLine.  This ensures that our members continue to have access to their much-needed incentives. We will continue to evaluate this as needed. We understand that not all areas of the country are experiencing healthcare system challenges, so we encourage members to call their doctor to determine if they should keep their scheduled appointment.

Our program members are encouraged to take advantage of the valuable resource they have in our Nurses, Diabetes Educators and Pharmacists. Members can schedule a call with one of our clinicians by calling 800.643.8028.

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