Did you know that 1 out of 11 employees could have diabetes? Add mySugr to your wellness benefits to lower your claim costs and help people with diabetes to live a better life. mySugr provides virtual diabetes care to over 2 million users. By combining connected devices, an engaging app, and diabetes educators to analyze patient data, mySugr partners with you to “make diabetes suck less”.
InHouse Physicians was created in 1992 to meet an unmet need in the corporate meeting industry, namely, providing access to convenient, high-quality medical care for attendees with acute healthcare needs at corporate meetings and events. This service met our clients' Duty of Care and risk... Read More
Axiom Medical specializes in providing complete occupational health services for the total life cycle of our clients’ employees. We are experts in the fields of workers’ compensation, disability case management and OSHA-mandated medical programs. Unlike our competitors—who manage programs using... Read More
SentryHealth is leading the charge in employee health and wellbeing. Through WellOnMyWay, a fully integrated health management solution that combines advanced data and behavior science to deliver personalized guidance and medical advocacy across virtual and in-person services, employees are... Read More
We specialize in app-based, all-around care for people with diabetes - made by people with diabetes. Our apps, services and diabetes coaching all work together to ease the daily grind of diabetes. In short, we make diabetes suck less! - Create Entries Important therapy data like meals, meds,... Read more
Comprehensive, personalized education and support from experienced Certified Diabetes Educator® (CDE®) right in the palm of your hand. No matter where you are or how busy your schedule is, your mySugr Coach is there for you. Together with your Coach, you’ll work on strategies that fit your... Read more
Diabetes is one of the most expensive chronic diseases affecting the U.S. The documented costs alone are substantial, but the real issue affecting employers are the indirect costs associated with people living with diabetes. Read more