Precision Medicine Is Here: Preventing Metabolic Disease with Food as Medicine
The Florida Alliance for Healthcare Value and DayTwo present an educational event
Thursday, September 10, 2020 online
People respond very differently to the same food; therefore, knowing what food and what combination of foods “works” for each person is crucial to an effective diabetes care plan. DayTwo uses a gut profile (stool sample, akin to Cologuard) to identify the right food and nutrition plan for each patient, to balance blood sugar levels, improve energy, manage hunger, and lose weight. The DayTwo solution is delivered through registered dietitians, diabetes educators, and doctors via tele-health (text, video, and phone) a gut profile lab test, and a mobile app to track progress and improvement and communicate with the members assigned clinician-coach. DayTwo uses A1C and Time in Range as the primary clinical outcomes, and weight as a secondary outcome. For those employers who implement the DayTwo protocol, DayTwo offers up to 100% fees-at-risk.
Dr. Berger is a tri-sector healthcare executive with over 30 years of experience with CVS Health, Mid-West Business Group on Health , and Health Intelligence Partners.
Dr. Mahoney, Medical Director for the Florida Alliance, is an experienced healthcare strategist who has served as Strategic Healthcare Initiatives Director at Pitney Bowes and as medical director for GTE Corporation.
Josh Stevens is a healthcare executive with a 25-year track record building teams and scaling companies in the tech and healthcare sectors. Josh is the President of DayTwo.
Dr. Spiro is a healthcare leader with over 30 years of experience with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Accolade, Anthem and Willis Towers Watson.
This was a FREE event for Florida Alliance for Healthcare Value Employer Members, Healthcare Advisory Council, and Affliate Members. Registration fee for Non-Members of the Florida Alliance was $25.