New York City-based wellness app maker Noom and CityMD, a network of urgent care medical centers in and around New York City, are launching a pilot for people who are at risk for Type 2 diabetes using Samsung’s S Health app, integrated with Noom’s health program.
The pilot will include, at most, around 670 New Yorkers who have been diagnosed with prediabetes. Noom aims to use the pilot to create a health program that offers users preventive protocols and disease treatment therapies in near-real time.
“CityMD is excited to be a pioneering partner in the development of protocols that impact what happens in between doctor visits,” CityMD CEO Richard Park said in a statement. Continued.