Health happens at home.

Connect with your patients where they need you the most—at home and in their communities. Our products and services deliver a delightful, effective healthcare experience alongside your expertise and clinical support.

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Our Partners

  • Health Systems
  • Integrated Delivery Networks
  • Care and Disease Management Providers
  • Point Solutions
  • Remote Monitoring Solutions
  • Telehealth Providers
  • Emotional & Mental-Wellbeing Providers
  • Provider Groups
  • Onsite and Nearsite Clinics

A Brand Your Patients & Clinicians Can Trust

Fitbit is one of the world’s most well-known well-loved brands.

There are over 900 independent studies that have been conducted using Fitbit devices, making Fitbits the most used wearable devices in research.

  • Easy to use and engaging experience with Fitbit’s award winning devices
  • Long battery life to make it easy to collect data over longer periods of time
  • Ability to bundle devices and weight scales
  • Seamless Fulfillment and distribution
  • Give your patients access to thousands of customized programs focused on stress reduction, physical activity, nutrition and sleep health
  • Advanced sleep insights help individuals to better understand their sleep patterns
  • Wellness reports make it easy for individuals to show their care team how they are doing

Access near real-time data to support clinical decision making and assessment from one of the largest databases of validated health data in the world

Meet Rachel

1 Researchers examined 12 years of data from dozens of peer-reviewed, randomized controlled trials and found that the arms of these studies that included Fitbit 
 devices outperformed the arms that did not include Fitbits in daily step count, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and weight loss.

2Based on aggregated and anonymous Fitbit user data between Jan 1, 2014 – Oct 15 2018. % of Fitbit users who weigh themselves at least once a week who lost weight in the first six months of weight tracking by having a weight loss goal.

3https://investor.fitbit.com/press-releases/press-release-details/2020/Integrating-Fitbit-wearable-devices-into-diabetes-care-leads-to-significant-improvements-in-blood-glucose-and-HbA1C-finds-Health2Sync-clinical-study-in-Taiwan/default.aspx

4 Solera Health studied 1,700 people who enrolled in their platform’s Diabetes Prevention Programs in 2017 and found that those who redeemed a Fitbit device 
 lost a larger percentage of their starting weight and were 1.4 times more likely to achieve 5% weight loss.