You can take advantage of targeted cancer, musculoskeletal and diabetes condition intervention.
AccessHope’s oncology experts provide support for members with cancer. AccessHope cancer support services connect you to expertise at City of Hope, a renowned comprehensive cancer center, and include:
Through these resources, a member will have access to precision medicine and complex cancer expertise, including access to expertise on the latest available therapies and treatment options.
Physera offers individualized physical therapy, guided by a live, dedicated physical therapist, through your smartphone whenever and wherever it is convenient for you.
You have access to two diabetes programs, offered through Omada and Virta. 1) prevention for prediabetes and other obesity-related risks through Omada and 2) type 2 diabetes reversal through Virta.
Omada is a prevention program for those with prediabetes and other obesity-related risks. You must be at least 18 years of age or older and have a Body Mass Index (BMI) equal to or greater than 25 to participate. The program helps you lose weight, build healthy habits and reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Virta is a clinically proven type 2 diabetes reversal treatment that can help you get off your diabetes medication, lose weight and reduce your blood sugar and A1c. When you are on Virta you get:
Sysco covers 100% of the cost of Virta, for all associates and dependents enrolled in a Sysco-sponsored national medical plan with type 2 diabetes.
To learn more about these specialty health resources, check out the FAQs.
If you or a loved one are living with type 2 diabetes, this is undoubtedly a stressful time. You may have already heard the CDC warning that people living with diabetes are at higher risk for serious complications related to COVID-19.
To support you in your efforts to stay healthy and demystify some of the common misconceptions and fears, Virta will be hosting a webinar on COVID-19 and diabetes on Wednesday, April 1st at 11:00 a.m. CT. We’ll have a panel of leading diabetes and infectious disease experts to discuss what we know and don't know about COVID-19 and how those living with diabetes can help reduce their risk.
Learn more and register for the COVID-19 and Diabetes: What We Know, What We Don’t webinar on Wednesday, April 1st at 11:00 a.m. CT.
Read up on the science behind COVID-19 and type 2 diabetes.
Taking precautions is top of mind right now. The Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization are encouraging the use of “telehealth” services or virtual care as a measure to prevent spreading COVID-19 (coronavirus).
If you need to see a physical therapist but want to skip the doctor’s office or hospital, now’s the time to learn more about virtual physical therapy through Physera. Get the details.