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Employers

EBMapps is looking for employers that can provide our modules to those they employ and encourage module use through an incentive program. These modules would be provided to such users at a nominal cost. However, EBMapps would seek reimbursement from the employer based on the number of users that respond (have their A1C return to normal).

Incentive based programs can be extremely cost effective! There are currently 86 million prediabetics in the United States. Without intervention, 15% - 30% of people with prediabetes will develop type II diabetes within 5 years. The direct medical cost for each individual that becomes diabetic is $7,900/year! Providing a small incentive for each prediabetic that has their A1C return to normal levels may greatly reduce insurance premiums.

The Type II diabetes prevention module includes a number of monitors that are used to determine if users should be provided incentives. Monitors include:

  • diary entry compliance (diary entries made divided by diary entries requested)
  • weight loss compliance (calculated weight loss compared to entered weight loss)
  • verified weight loss compliance (7% weight loss as verified by the user’s physician)
  • verified blood sugar reduced to normal (user’s physician verification that user A1C is reduced to below 5.7)

The screen shot in figure 1 shows how the module can be employed by users to examine their incentive compliance status.

EBMapps- employed by users to examine their incentive compliance status



Figure 1 – The user can select Compliance Status (circled in red) resulting in the summary shown.


EBMapps- Apply for incentive resulting in the application

Figure 2 – The user can select Apply for incentive resulting in the application shown.

At the end of the subscription period, the user can then apply for incentives as show in figure 2. Diary and weight loss incentives are obtained directly, however, physician certification is required for verified weight loss and verified A1C returned to normal. This would be accomplished by sending a form (Figure 3) by email to the user that is taken to his/her physician for completion. The completed form is then faxed by the physician’s office back to EBMapps for audit review.


EBMapps for audit review

Figure 3 – Medical release form