As I look forward to 2017, I ask myself the same question I do every year – how can we help the most people possible? In the past, the answer has always been product-focused but this year is different. This is the year I am committing myself and my company to fundamentally disrupt the healthcare market.
The answer is simple: pure, scientifically-proven, outcomes-based pricing.
So while other enterprise solutions charge per member per month (PMPM) regardless of whether said member participates or derives any real health outcome, Noom will only charge if we’re successful.
And when I say “successful,” I don’t mean getting someone to enroll or keeping them “engaged.” No. If a person enrolls and engages in a program that does nothing to improve their health, why should anyone pay for that?
Such measures are for programs that either can’t deliver true outcomes or don’t think they will.
That’s where Noom is different.
I know from the 50 million times our users have weighed in, checked their blood sugar or logged their blood pressure that our programs deliver successful outcomes like clockwork. That’s why from now on Noom will only charge for delivering real, significant results.
- Our diabetes prevention program (DPP) will only charge when someone loses at least 5% of their body weight (thus reducing their risk of developing diabetes by 58%).
- Our hypertension and pre-hypertension program will only charge when someone improves their blood pressure or diagnostic category.
- Our diabetes management program will only charge when someone improves their blood sugar or diagnostic category.
To my knowledge, no other company prices this way. That’s because they can’t do what Noom does: deliver outcomes.
At Noom, we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is. So if you care about preventing or reversing chronic conditions in your population, learn what millions of users already have – Noom drives results.
And now, you won’t pay a penny unless we help your people live healthier lives.