Omada Health was founded in 2011 by Adrian James, Andrew Di Michele, and Sean Duffy. CEO Duffy told Bloomberg in 2022 that while he intends to eventually take the company public, he "plans to stay independent for now...Especially given the current state of the public markets." Duffy added that "I tell the company that our job here is to make sure that when we make that flip to public it doesn’t feel like we’re doing anything differently." These comments should not be interpreted to mean that the company is formally pursuing or foregoing an IPO.
Omada Health is a digital health firm that uses virtual consultations and monitoring devices to provide remote care for patients who suffer from chronic illness. In 2020 the company acquired Physera, a telehealth provider that specializes in musculoskeletal care. Omada Health has raised more than $440 million in venture capital funding from investors including Fidelity Management & Research Company, aMoon, Perceptive Advisors, Wellington Management, and Civilization Ventures. A $192 million Series E funding round brought the company's post-money valuation to more than $1 billion.