One App, Multiple Programs, Unlimited Potential
About 50% of healthcare costs are caused by our own behaviors with smoking, weight, and stress being the major culprits. 2Morrow Health is a digital health platform that addresses key chronic disease drivers and conditions. Offer just 1 program (such as smoking only) or all of our programs.
What makes 2Morrow Health different?
2Morrow Health addresses unhealthy behaviors in a whole new way. By using an innovative approach called acceptance & commitment therapy, or ACT, the program helps users become aware of unhelpful thoughts and patterns so they can move forward with committed action toward their goals.
Clinically-tested, behavior change platform.
Our behavior change platform powers all of 2Morrow's programs. Two clinical trials have been published on our ACT-based change programs* and we have additional clinical trials in progress addressing weight, smoking/NRT, and chronic pain. This approach is based on work done and licensed from Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, and content is created with/reviewed by respected researchers, doctors, and experts in their area of expertise.
Designed for Organizations
Help your population create lasting behavior change: Wellness programs, employers, health plans, and healthcare providers.
Reporting and Insights for organizations
Easy to use apps for participants
Outcomes - Clinically-Tested Platform/Approach that results in change, ongoing research
ACT - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy approach. Non-judgmental, mindful, helpful
Reach - Smartphone based programs are preferred by 83% vs. telephone coaching
Affordable - Save 60% or more over traditional programs
Data & Dashboard - Engagement data! and Insights, ACA - reasonable alternative standard, (HIPAA)
Coach Support - Users can message a coach from inside the app (or we can link to your coaches)
The ACT approach behind our programs
Learn more about the ACT approach behind our programs from Dr. Jonathan Bricker from Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. He is the scientist and researcher who first created our smoking cessation program and did the clinical trials. He also works on other unhealthy behaviors. This is a great talk!