Virgin Pulse’s Pay-for-Performance Model for Digital Therapeutics

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In January, Virgin Pulse acquired Blue Mesa Health, the developer of a digital program designed to reverse prediabetes, which affects one out of three people in the US.

Here at MedTech Strategist, we often discuss digital health as a paradigm that brings new kinds of players into health care, while requiring the development of new kinds of business models. Recently, an example of both came to our attention: the acquisition of digital therapeutic company Blue Mesa Health by Virgin Pulse, the largest employee health management company in terms of the number of customers and covered lives.

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