EatWell creates prescription meal kits to prevent diabetes, food insecurity, and reduce healthcare spending.

Prescription meal kits to prevent diabetes and the associated costs

 Nutritious

Healthy ingredients and recipes for a

tasty meal, home delivered

Prescription

Issued and reimbursed through

existing insurance benefits

 

Educational

 

Drives sustainable behavior change for

long-term health​

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1.5 million new cases of diabetes in the US each year

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Preventing diabetes saves
$6,000 per patient per year

Food is a 2.5x stronger preventative than the leading pharmaceuticals

Chronic disease and nutrition

A prescription benefit model aligns patient
health outcomes with insurer incentives

Incentivized insurers (ACOs)

Provides: enroll patients and provide coverage
 Receives: reduced care expenses, prevention rewards

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High risk patients

Provides: clinical outcomes & behavior change data

Receives: meal kits, improved health and diabetes prevention

EatWell Meal Kits

Provides: 3-6 month programs, 2-3 kits/week

Receives: Payor reimbursement on meal kits

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Food Pantry

Medically tailored meals

Wellness

coaching

Pharmaceuticals

Low cost to health insurer

Clinically-tailored food

Education for behavior change

EatWell’s design best supports long-term disease prevention

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86% say EatWell makes them
more likely to cook at home

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Projected 60% of chronic
disease
diagnoses averted

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Projected $6,000 reduction in costs 
per patient per year

A unique combination of practical skills and resources
enables sustainable patient behavior change

What people are saying

"Establishing the access to nutritional foods for our most at-risk clients was a goal that has been well exceeded and managed by EatWell.”

Program Manager, Neponset Health Center

“The doctor gave me a list

of healthy foods... I didn't
know how to cook them.
EatWell taught me how to
choose healthy foods and
cook with them!”

Justine
North Quincy, MA

Join our growing community of supporters!

AHA

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Grant recipient from the American Heart Association Social Impact Fund

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HealthTech 2020 Strategic Advisor, Awarded Impact Scholarship

Recipient of Northeastern University’s first impact investment

Social impact accelerator graduate and investor partner

2018 grand prize winner of 

Food and Ag pitch competition

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2018 social impact grant recipient

Active research partner in

Chronic Disease prevention

Active research partner in

Alzheimer's Disease prevention

2019 MIT Solve Finalist

Pitched at United Nations

2021 HealthTech graduate

2021 MassChallenge graduate

Partner in recipe nutrition standardization and validation

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