Doctor-led & Individualized
Weight Loss Program
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How does it work?
Tell us about yourself and your medical history. Our board certified physician will review your information and speak with you to design a program personalized for your needs.
Based on your medical history, our physicians may provide you the prescriptions that uniquely address your biological needs while also reducing your co-pay.
Our program was created by our medical experts to power your weight loss journey. Our team of board certified clinicians is available to you on demand via our platform.
Insurance can cover most costs
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Patients on a semaglutide based intervention lose around 15% of their body weight.
The medications we prescribe are called GLP-1s. Our doctors prescribe a variety of GLP-1s, including semaglutide, liraglutide, tirzepatide, and dulaglutide. These GLP-1s are often referred to by their brand name, so you may have heard of these medications as Wegovy®, Ozempic®, Mounjaro™, or Saxenda®, to name a few.
All GLP-1s are clinically-tested, stimulant-free, and non-habit forming. GLP-1s are powerful, naturally-occurring hormones made by your gut that send signals to your brain to decrease your appetite, improve your metabolic system, and regulate your digestion so you can feel full longer and maximize nutrient absorption.
Regardless of which medication you’re prescribed, our commitment to all of our members remains the same—10% weight loss or your money back.
If for some reason your insurance will not cover the cost of your medication, you’ll have the option to either pay for the medication out of pocket (typically $30–$1,600/month, depending on the medication) or cancel your Sunrise membership. Given the cost of ongoing provider support and insurance assistance, we are unable to offer refunds for previously incurred monthly membership fees.
To cancel your membership, please email email@example.com requesting to cancel. Given the cost of ongoing provider support and insurance assistance, we are unable to offer refunds for previously incurred monthly membership fees.
We navigate insurance on your behalf and are able to work with the vast majority of commercial/employer insurance plans in order to get cost-effective access for your GLP-1 medication and coverage for your labs. Lab copays vary by plan.
GLP-1s for most members with commercial insurance should be around $25 per month after any deductible is met but at times can be higher. The cost of the Sunrise program is not covered by insurance, however it is HSA/FSA eligible.
Currently, Sunrise is available to individuals for whom the following apply. We are actively working on expanding access to Sunrise.
• Are between 18 - 64 years of age
• Have commercial or employer insurance (except Kaiser Insurance)
• Have a BMI that is >30, or >27 with one or more of the following metabolic conditions: diabetes, pre-diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, obstructive sleep apnea or PCOS.
• Who are not pregnant or breastfeeding
• Who do not have an active substance abuse problem, an active eating disorder (e.g., anorexia or bulimia), cancer, recent bariatric surgery (within the past 18 months), active gallbladder disease, a history of pancreatitis in the past six months, or a history of medullary thyroid cancer (MEN syndrome)
• Who live in the United States but not including residents of Alaska and South Carolina
The FDA-approved medications that are a part of our are called GLP-1s, and are clinically-tested, stimulant-free, and non-habit forming. Side effects are extremely rare, and most individuals who take a GLP-1 do not experience any. For those who do, nausea is the most common, and this typically resolves over the first few weeks of being on the medication.
If you do experience any side effects, you’ll be able to reach out to your Medical Team directly for support. In the most recent clinical trials, less than 5% of people discontinued GLP-1 medications because of side effects.