Newtopia is a precision health program focused on disease prevention through sustainable habit change. Newtopia is designed to help the 40-60% of a company’s employee base who are at risk of developing Metabolic Syndrome, a serious condition that raises their risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and other health problems.
Other wellness and chronic disease prevention programs treat employees with an inflexible, broad-brush that is designed for the masses. Newtopia is flexible and hyper-personalized. It leverages genetic testing and focuses on understanding each participant’s unique circumstances and needs. The program delivers highly-customized plans to ensure optimal engagement.
Each participant is assigned their own personality-matched health coach for one-on-one coaching in addition to ongoing video coaching and educational curriculum.
Our patented program is backed by scientific data and is the only program on the market with proven, published results that demonstrate higher engagement, outcomes, and a 2X ROI. journals.lww/joem/Fulltext/2015/12000/Reducing_Metabolic_Syndrome_Risk_Using_a.3.aspx
Newtopia’s patented program is the gold standard platform for disease prevention .
1. Precision Health
Newtopia combines personal information about ones lifestyle and current health with their genetics to get a holistic understanding of each individual. This allows us to provide a truly personalized experience tailored to each individuals specific needs.
2. Combination of high touch and smart touch
The combination of online and telephonic coaching with smart technology ensures participants remain accountable to their goals and have the tools necessary to stay on track.
3. Focus on Behavior Change
The program is not a quick fix – it focuses on long term sustainable lifestyle improvements. Understanding participants motivators and how to make small incremental changes for life long impact.
- H&P POINT SOLUTIONS
- Corporate Sleep Disorder Vendors
- Diabetes Programs
- Diabetes Prevention Programs
- Corporate Metabolic Syndrome Vendors
- Corporate Resilience Program
- Mindfulness at Work
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Corporate Fitness Challenges
- Corporate Challenge Program
- Corporate Nutrition Programs
- Health Coaches
- Health Coaching Software
- Telephonic Health Coach
- Weight Management Programs
- CLINICS, ASSESSMENTS & SCREENINGS
- Health Risk Assessment
- DECISION SUPPORT
- Telemedicine Companies
What Makes Newtopia Different.pdf
The Coaching Plan.pdf
Newtopia Randomized Control Trial Overview.pdf
Year One and Two RCT Results.pdf
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