Healthcare, reimagined

Delight both patients and providers with a truly engaging, consumer-centric model that combines our powerful data with your clinical expertise to help deliver meaningful outcomes.

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We partner with health systems to support their core programs, including:

Condition Management

Embed Fitbit’s products and services into programs focused on conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity to improve enrollment, engagement & outcomes.

Care at Home

Whether for patients being discharged from the hospital or those managing a chronic condition, offer support at home with Fitbit devices and in-app experiences.

Population Health

Better understand the health of your patient populations and help improve outcomes.

Research

Power clinical studies with the wearable used in more clinical research than any other consumer wearable1

Community & Rural Health

By providing access to tools and data, you can meet patients where they are - in their communities and at home.

Health Plan Solutions

Grow membership, increase retention and help reduce avoidable medical costs.

Direct-to-Employer Programs

Design a truly innovative and effective program capable of driving member adoption and utilization.

Employee Wellness

Support your employees’ holistic health - from emotional well-being to chronic conditions, help drive increased productivity and clinical improvement.

Individual user consent is required for Fitbit to share data with health systems and other third parties.

Impactful Clinical Outcomes

Interventions that include Fitbit devices reach better outcomes, including increased steps, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and weight loss. These behaviors can impact multiple chronic conditions, such as type II diabetes, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia.2

73% of Fitbit users with a weight loss goal on Fitbit lose weight within the first six months of tracking.3

Clinical trial involving users of the Health2Sync app, the leading diabetes app in Japan and Taiwan, demonstrated that adding Fitbit to a diabetes intervention can result in the following additional improvements in only 3 months.4

  • Average HbA1c decrease of 0.33%
  • Average 10.92 mg/dL decrease in fasting blood glucose
  • Average 11.55 mg/dL decrease in low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C)

Individuals who enrolled in a Diabetes Prevention Program and redeemed a Fitbit device were 1.4 times more likely to achieve 5% weight loss and lose a larger percentage of their starting weight than those who did not redeem a Fitbit device.5

  • After 1 year, Fitbit users were still outperforming on weight loss
  • Fitbit redemption was highest in 60-69 age demographic
  • By weeks 10-16 Fitbit users got an extra 60 minutes of activity

A Brand You Can Trust

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

  • Awareness: ⅔ say Fitbit first when asked about activity trackers/wearables
  • Relevance: Fitbit was #19 on 2019’s Prophet Brand Relevance scale, alongside brands such as Disney and Netflix.6
  • Connection: Fitbit scored 96% in the Distinctively Inspired category, which are brands that make an emotional connection and fulfill a larger purpose
  • Reach: 130M devices sold, 30M active users, 100+ countries, 39K stores, 500K+ paid Premium members

A Partner in Healthcare Innovation

Fitbit is constantly leveraging its behavior change tools and customer feedback to continually improve upon our experiences for both patients and clinicians.

Products & Services

Devices

Devices

  • Award winning devices and in-app experiences that are easy to use on both iOS and Android devices
  • Long battery life, ranging from 5 to 8 days*, makes it easy for your members to stay connected to your Fitbit program.
  • Ability to bundle devices and weight scales
  • Seamless Fulfillment and distribution

Battery life varies across device models and with use and other factors.

API Data Service

API Data Service

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

Better with Fitbit Premium

Better with Fitbit Premium

  • Access to step-by-step guided programs and digital health guidance focused on stress, physical activity, nutrition and sleep health that extend the reach of the clinical team
  • Advanced heart, sleep and stress insights help individuals to better understand their patterns
  • Easy-to-read Wellness Report empowers individuals to share personalized data with their care team

Premium content and features subject to change.

1Stephen P Wright, Scott R Collier, Tyish S Brown, and Kathryn Sandberg. An analysis of how consumer physical activity monitors are used in biomedical research. FASEB Journal. https://faseb.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1096/fasebj.31.1_supplement.1020.24
2https://www.jmir.org/2020/10/e23954
3**Based 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.
4https://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
5https://investor.fitbit.com/press-releases/press-release-details/2019/Fitbit-and-Solera-Health-Expand-Partnership-to-Reduce-Risk-of-Type-2-Diabetes/default.aspx
6The 2019 Prophet Brand Relevancy Index: https://www.prophet.com/relevantbrands-2019/
7Tea Lallukka, PHD. (2014, September 1). Sleep and Sickness Absence: A Nationally Representative Register-Based Follow-Up Study. SLEEP. Retrieved 2017, from https://academic.oup.com/sleep/article/37/9/1413/2416837/Sleepand-Sickness-Absence-A-Nationally?searchresult=1