What is DIAHealth?
DIA Health is a free service that allows users to manage their health online.
DIA Health is a free service dedicated to helping people take charge of their health in a safe, social, and private environment. With DIA Health, you get personalized recommendations (chronic condition management, nutrition and fitness plans), connect with others (family, friends, and health experts), connect your health apps and devices, and create your personal health identity. DIA was founded by three physicians who realized how difficult it is for people to manage health information and wanted to make a difference.
At DIA, we believe your health identity isn’t limited to medical problems and statistics - it also includes what you eat, your level of physical activity, what you’re exposed to and how these factors affect each other. That’s why we’ve made everything streamlined and simple. Signup takes less than 5 minutes. Then you can access and track all of your health information in one place, so you can finally get the entire picture.
Reach your goals
DIA provides personalized recommendations and plans based on the latest evidence from health experts to help you identify the right goals. You track your progress online and we'll help you reach your goals faster with helpful free advice and next steps.
Track your progress and reach your goals with a friend. Find popular nutrition information, fitness plans, and advice from experts and experienced members. Sync data from your favorite health apps and devices in one place.
Join or create groups to interact with others who share similar interests and have experienced opinions. Sharing and social support increases the likelihood of reaching your goals. Privacy settings allow you to decide what information you will share.
Safe and secure
Security is an essential part of everything we do. DIA Health is HIPAA compliant, we use 128-bit SSL encryption, and all data is protected and validated by VeriSign and TRUSTe.
Terms and Privacy
At DIA Health your privacy and safety are our priorities.
In a nutshell
We (the folks at DIAHealth) run a health management hosting service called DIAHealth and would love for you to use it. Our basic service is free and always will be. We may offer paid upgrades for advanced features. Our service is designed to give you as much control over your health information as possible. However, be responsible in what you publish. In particular, make sure that none of the prohibited items listed below appear on your account or get linked to from your account (things like spam, viruses, or hate content).
Terms of Service
Please read this Agreement carefully before accessing or using the Website.
By accessing or using any part of the web site, you agree to become bound by the terms and conditions of this agreement. If you do not agree to all the terms and conditions of this agreement, then you may not access the Website or use any services. If these terms and conditions are considered an offer by DIAHealth, acceptance is expressly limited to these terms. The Website is available only to individuals who are at least 13 years old.
Your DIAHealth Account and Site. If you create a blog on the Website, you are responsible for maintaining the security of your account and blog, and you are fully responsible for all activities that occur under the account and any other actions taken in connection with the blog. You must not describe or assign keywords to your blog in a misleading or unlawful manner, including in a manner intended to trade on the name or reputation of others, and DIAHealth may change or remove any description or keyword that it considers inappropriate or unlawful, or otherwise likely to cause DIAHealth liability. You must immediately notify DIAHealth of any unauthorized uses of your blog, your account or any other breaches of security. DIAHealth will not be liable for any acts or omissions by You, including any damages of any kind incurred as a result of such acts or omissions.
Responsibility of Contributors.
If you operate a blog, comment on a blog, post material to the Website, post links on the Website, or otherwise make (or allow any third party to make) material available by means of the Website (any such material, “Content”), You are entirely responsible for the content of, and any harm resulting from, that Content.
That is the case regardless of whether the Content in question constitutes text, graphics, an audio file, or computer software.
By making Content available, you represent and warrant that: the downloading, copying and use of the Content will not infringe the proprietary rights, including but not limited to the copyright, patent, trademark or trade secret rights, of any third party; if your employer has rights to intellectual property you create, you have either (i) received permission from your employer to post or make available the Content, including but not limited to any software, or (ii) secured from your employer a waiver as to all rights in or to the Content; you have fully complied with any third-party licenses relating to the Content, and have done all things necessary to successfully pass through to end users any required terms; the Content does not contain or install any viruses, worms, malware, Trojan horses or other harmful or destructive content; the Content is not spam, is not machine- or randomly-generated, and does not contain unethical or unwanted commercial content designed to drive traffic to third party sites or boost the search engine rankings of third party sites, or to further unlawful acts (such as phishing) or mislead recipients as to the source of the material (such as spoofing); the Content is not pornographic, does not contain threats or incite violence towards individuals or entities, and does not violate the privacy or publicity rights of any third party; your blog is not getting advertised via unwanted electronic messages such as spam links on newsgroups, email lists, other blogs and web sites, and similar unsolicited promotional methods; your blog is not named in a manner that misleads your readers into thinking that you are another person or company.
For example, your blog’s URL or name is not the name of a person other than yourself or company other than your own; and you have, in the case of Content that includes computer code, accurately categorized and/or described the type, nature, uses and effects of the materials, whether requested to do so by DIAHealth or otherwise.
By submitting Content to DIAHealth for inclusion on your Website, you grant DIAHealth a world-wide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt and publish the Content solely for the purpose of displaying, distributing and promoting your blog. If you delete Content, DIAHealth will use reasonable efforts to remove it from the Website, but you acknowledge that caching or references to the Content may not be made immediately unavailable.
Without limiting any of those representations or warranties, DIAHealth has the right (though not the obligation) to, in DIAHealth’s sole discretion (i) refuse or remove any content that, in DIAHealth’s reasonable opinion, violates any DIAHealth policy or is in any way harmful or objectionable, or (ii) terminate or deny access to and use of the Website to any individual or entity for any reason, in DIAHealth’s sole discretion. DIAHealth will have no obligation to provide a refund of any amounts previously paid.
Optional paid services such as extra storage, domain purchases, or VIP hosting are available on the Website (any such services, an “Upgrade”). By selecting an Upgrade you agree to pay DIAHealth the monthly or annual subscription fees indicated for that service (additional payment terms specifically for VIP services are described below). Payments will be charged on a pre-pay basis on the day you sign up for an Upgrade and will cover the use of that service for a monthly or annual subscription period as indicated. Upgrade fees are not refundable.
Hi! We build DIA, pleased to meet you!
Akili is a physician, strategy consultant, and former Surgery Resident at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He has a BA in Economics from Georgetown University, an MD from Weill Cornell Medical College, and an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was a Goldman Sachs MBA Fellow. Akili founded CBS Emerging Leaders, a non-profit for underrepresented high school students, and co-authored a seminal paper in the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery that detailed a predictive nomogram for post-operative complications after reconstructive surgery for breast cancer.
A Sudanese-Canadian, Mutaz grew up in Kuwait and Sudan before moving to Toronto, Canada. When not studying medicine Mutaz is building peer-to-peer networks, micro-controller bootloaders, and big data applications. At Columbia's Department of Biomedical Informatics Mutaz developed predictive algorithms for prognostication in Chronic Kidney Disease. Mutaz founded Qiurio, an open source, question bank platform to democratize education. He earned a BS in Biology and Chemistry and a MS in Neuroscience from the University of Toronto. He is currently a 5th year MD/MBA candidate at Columbia University.
A native of California, Julia moved to the East Coast to attend Yale University where she graduated with a BS in Molecular Biology with a focus in Neuroscience. After a year working in cancer cell biology and cell signaling cascades at Harvard Medical School, she joined the Columbia community at Columbia's College of Physicians and Surgeons, eventually choosing to pursue a dual degree with the Columbia Business School and graduating with an MD/MBA in 2008. After completing her residency in Internal Medicine at Columbia, Julia stayed for a year as Chief Resident before joining the Section of Hospital Medicine in 2012. She was recently honored as one of the Physician's of the Year at New York Presbyterian Hospital.