An exciting new wellness tool for King County employees

King County employees now have access to a new wellness tool. Omada® is a program to support you and eligible covered family members in achieving your goals toward healthy weight and reducing your risk of certain chronic diseases. Omada is available at no cost to you, if you’re eligible. This is another way that King County is Investing in YOU.

You can find out if you or your family members qualify by taking a 1-minute risk screener. You’ll receive the program at no additional cost if you or your family members are enrolled in the King County medical plan (Kaiser Permanente or Regence BlueShield), are at risk for type 2 diabetes, are 18 years or older, and are accepted to the program.

Omada is an innovative digital lifestyle change program that surrounds you with the tools and support you need to lose weight and reduce your risk for certain chronic diseases. Omada is a “CDC-recognized” program, meaning that it’s backed by research and has met the high-quality standards set by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You can be sure that the work you put in will pay off.

Omada guides you step-by-step to better health. You’ll get:

  • A professional health coach to keep you on track – on your best days and your worst.
  • Smart technology to track your progress, and reveal what is (and isn’t) working for you.
  • Each week, you’ll learn healthy tips for better eating, fitness, sleep, and stress management.
  • The support of a small group of peers just like you for encouragement at every step.

Learn more and see if you’re eligible for Omada. We’re excited to start the journey toward a healthy lifestyle together with this great program.

Omada celebrates the diversity that each participant brings to the program, including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, origin, ability and disability, and religion. Learn more.

Contact Balanced You at 206.263.9626 or via email


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