POWER YOUR DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM
With the Wellocity Telehealth Platform
The Wellocity program is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program,
led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Simple and Intuitive User Experience
We have designed our scheduling and telehealth capabilities for group classes provide a simple and intuitive user experience for the participants. We recognize the importance of training for your coaches and coordinators to handle telehealth and group classes and offer online training and a dry run for each program.
Share Content and Collect mHealth Data
Our platform allows lifecoaches to share online resources and our apps include all PreventT2 participant handouts for convenient access on their mobile devices. Our apps enable participants to easily gather and share data from mHealth devices like smart weight scales, smartwatches and fitness bands – and enable educators to personalize health and fitness goals. We provide private messaging and a community for support and in-app messaging to help in the coach’s efforts in reinforcing habits.
Yes, our platform can be used by any organization recognized by the CDC to offer a DPP program.
Yes, the Wellocity DPP program is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC).
Wellocity is a Zoom technology partner, our apps and coach portals have Zoom video conferencing technology built-in allowing us to offer HIPAA compliant telehealth. The coach can launch video classes including group classes from the Wellocity coach portal and the participants join from their Wellocity apps. We don't require any additional apps or software to be downloaded and integrate all the classes with our appointment calendars and reminders.
Yes, you can offer group classes with telehealth using the coach portal and the participants can join using the free Wellocity app. We take care of all the invitations and reminders for the classes with email and SMS.
Yes, we have free apps for participants to download in both the iOS app store and Google Play
Yes, a lifestyle coach can use HIPAA compliant messaging to exchange text and images with participants using the Wellocity app.
Yes, you can offer group classes using video and we will handle the coordination, scheduling and both email and SMS reminders for participants.
Yes, you can offer 1:1 readiness assessments by creating and sharing an appointment type and also include intake forms or assessments.
Yes, but only if you also offer online sessions on our platform. You will need distinct appoint types for in-person sessions.
Yes, you can add intake forms which can be filled by participants on any device. All our forms are HIPAA compliant and the submitted forms are accessible in the coach portal.
Yes, our forms allow HIPAA compliant electronic signatures and do NOT require a DocuSign or similar account.
Your appointment calendar holds the hours of availability, as well as other limits and restrictions that allow (or block) certain appointment types to be scheduled on them. The calendar will also show the appointments scheduled, rescheduled or canceled by participants.
Here are a few things you can do with your calendar:
- Block time
- Regular weekly hours
- Availability for specific days
- Availability for specific hours & start times
- Availability by appointment type
- Blocking off time for holiday/vacation hours
- Limit the number of appointments per day, per week & double booking
- Set limits for specific appointment types
- Limit how far in advance appointments can be scheduled