FAQs

Am I eligible?

To participate in the observational study, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a diagnosis of at least one of the following conditions: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, Psoriatic Arthritis, or Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Be between the ages of 18-70
  • Currently taking a biologic medication
  • Live in the state of Ohio

How long is the program?

Each person’s healing process is a journey. Our programs are designed to meet individuals where they are and support them until they get where they want to go. 

How will be data be used?

Your progress throughout the program will be measured and gathered to measure the impact of the treatment. Your privacy and confidentiality will be strictly protected throughout the study. All data collected will be anonymized and aggregated, meaning your personal information will not be disclosed in any identifiable form.

Can I still see my current specialist?

Yes, you can continue to working with your providers. The Project IMPACT program builds upon your existing treatment to include lifestyle support that addresses the root causes of your condition.

Will I need to change my medication?

Your provider will take an in depth look at your root causes and symptom severity, and make recommendations based on that. Ultimately, you will have the ability to make decisions about what treatment is right for you.

Is the program covered by insurance?

Provider visits are run through health insurance and may include a co-pay. Project IMPACT welcomes all insurances, including Medicaid. All other program features such as nutrition and wearable devices are included at no cost to the patient.

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