The walk to wellness study aims to measure the health and wellbeing of people at high risk of developing diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease and depression.
It is being developed by the American Diabetes Association and the World Health Organization, which together have agreed to share data and tools to prevent and treat these conditions.
The first phase of the study began in 2017.
It aims to collect data from more than 40 million people to track their health, health care utilization and quality, and how they use their time.
It will be completed by 2021, according to the study.
The results are expected to be released later this year.
“We want to make sure that we get a good understanding of the data we’re getting,” said Dr. Richard Siegel, the chief medical officer of the AMA.
“We need to know what our people’s habits are, what their behaviors are.”
Siegel said the AMA is working closely with other organizations to collect the data to help them improve the study and build a better understanding of diabetes.
“I think the AMA really wants to be involved in this because it’s such an important issue and we need to be very, very careful about our study design,” he said.
Siegel is optimistic the study will be useful.
“This will give us an idea of what people are eating and what they’re doing and what their habits are and hopefully help us in our efforts to reduce the rate of diabetes,” he added.
The AMA will release data on the results in 2021.