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GoMo Health offers evidence-based digital Concierge Care telehealth therapeutics to providers, health plans, and clinical research organizations that treat the whole person in one care plan – behavioral, physical, social. ​

The suite of solutions is designed to engage patients and personalize care plans at scale, which improves outcomes, reduces costs, enhances patient satisfaction, and increases joy in practice.

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Diet ID is the best way to measure and manage diet quality, the most important factor for health and wellbeing. The company offers innovative digital tools that allow people to assess and improve their diet quality using an effortless, image-based experience paired with personalized, guided micro challenges. ​

With Diet ID, people everywhere can finally treat diet as a vital sign.

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The Presenters

David L. Katz, MD, MPH

CEO and Founder | Diet ID

Chevon M. Rariy, MD

VP and Chair, Virtual HealthCancer Treatment Centers of America

Bob Gold, MS

Founder and Chief Behavioral Technologist | GoMo Health

Patient Outcomes

  • 72.3% of patients enrolled saw a decrease in their HbA1c by using the program​
  • When the program started, 0% of these patients had a HbA1c of <7%. Currently, 18% of this group now has a HbA1c of <7%.​
  • This group saw an average HbA1c reduction of -2.06​
  • Patient “physical” visits increased by 25.7 in 2020 – during a pandemic​

Impact on Weight​

The average weight per participant over the duration of the program increased from 219.14# to 219.46# in 2021. That’s less than ½ lbs. increase.​


Due to the pandemic, it’s estimated that most Americans have gained an average of 3-15 pounds in 2020.

The Mind-Body Impact of Science and Technology

GoMo Health

  • 40% reduction in depressive symptoms​
  • 98% participant satisfaction​
  • 60% reduction in cost of care​
  • 77% participant activation​
  • 69% reduction in ED visits and hospital readmission rates​
  • 90% retention rate: Increased Resiliency

Diet ID

  • 95% assessment completion rate ​
  • 90% accuracy rating ​
  • 5% improvement in diet quality across cohorts in as little as 2 weeks which results in a meaningful reduction in chronic disease risk