Creating Outcomes That Move the Needle.  

Digital therapeutics are changing the way we address chronic disease. 

Most of us know what we need to do, (quit smoking, lose weight, reduce stress...) we just have a hard time doing it. 2Morrow starts with third-wave behavioral science principles that help people actually do what they say they want to do.  We then use research-based algorithms and big data to personalize programs to the individual.  As our datasets get bigger, the programs get smarter.  

The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) approach teaches people how to deal with their unhelpful thoughts, feelings and urges while still working toward valued goals. This create programs that are both compassionate and effective (as shown in multiple clinical trials and real world users.)

The 2Morrow Health Platform allows groups to offer one program or the full suite. Programs are delivered via an easy to use smartphone application for participants and a real-time dashboard for program administrators - offering both engagement data and population insights.

“2Morrow has taken the old-fashioned approach of committing to solid research, demonstrating and validating outcomes, step by step building interventions that work. I am impressed and an active supporter of their work.”
— Neal Sofian, Commercial Founder Free & Clear Smoking Cessation

Our programs are created in collaboration with behavioral scientists, researchers, healthcare providers and industry experts. The approach has been shown to be effective in clinical trials and more studies are in progress. 

The platform and programs are being used by employers, wellness programs, states and health plans to help their populations reach their health goals. 

2Morrow’s app-based, smoking-cessation therapy has demonstrated effectiveness in randomized clinical trials and is two to three times more effective than unaided smoking cessation.
— from "Simple Digital Technologies Can Reduce Health Care Costs" - Harvard Business Review
2Morrow apps teach sophisticated psychological strategies and specialized skills that are key to making impactful behavioral changes, modifying one’s lifestyle and improving quality of life.
— Evan M. Forman, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology and Director, Center for Weight, Eating and Lifestyle Science (WELL Center) at Drexel University. Chief Science Officer at 2Morrow