One Small Change.
Big Impact.

Personal One-to-One Support

Even small changes can be very difficult. That’s why the “usual” approach does not work.

The TrueLifeCare advantage begins with understanding that we, as humans, are rarely successful making lifestyle changes alone. We consistently do our best with personal, ongoing expert support from another person. TrueLifeCare provides the support and encouragement of a dedicated, motivationally trained RN coach. This is the critical ingredient that helps increase the engagement, knowledge, and understanding for a person to make and sustain improvements.

We also include extensive member benefits and freebies, like no co-pays, up-to-date glucose meters, additional technologies, free test strips, lifestyle guides, meal plans and recipes. These do not provide personal encouragement, motivation or accountability on their own. TrueLifeCare coaches provide that, which makes all the difference.

TrueLifeCare meets people with diabetes where they are and delivers one-on-one ongoing personal support through a personal TrueLifeCare Evidence-Based Health Coach. Through years of research and development, TrueLifeCare has done this cost effectively and proven this delivers highly satisfied members and lower healthcare. This outcome has been reviewed and certified by the data scientists of the Validation Institute.

Diabetes is a
significant
and growing
issue for
business and
the country.

From 8% to over 15% of adults in most health plans live with diabetes. The health problems that occur in this group will consume 20% to over 30% of the health plan dollars. The usual and customary approach for people to manage diabetes has not worked.

Experience shows that the usual practice of just telling people what to do very rarely works. Our everyday habits are comfortable for us and extremely difficult to change. A solution takes more than direction.

Feeling better with diabetes is more than just cutting out some bread and taking a walk. It is an evolving, ongoing, daily task to monitor and control blood glucose levels, and very often blood pressure too. A person must interpret the data, decide on a course of action, and make and sustain often difficult lifestyle changes. More than about changing habits, it is about measuring the impact of changes, adjusting as needed, repeating and re-measuring.