For insurers

Patients expect digital health

  • 3 in 5 patients use tech to monitor their health

  • Their use of apps and wearables to do this has more than tripled in the last 5 years

  • However, only 13% of UK healthcare consumers have experienced virtual care, despite the worldwide average being 18%

  • UK healthcare consumers’ top desired uses of virtual care are:

  • Medication and health behaviour reminders

  • Daily support for ongoing health issues

  • Follow-up after in-person appointments or after hospitalisation

  • Discussion of specific health concerns with providers

  • After-hours appointments and examination of non-urgent conditions

  • It is estimated that digital solutions could save 1.1% of healthcare expenditure which across the UK would save £2bn

Our solution

Enhanced patient experience and care

  • A customised application

  • Enhanced consultations, whether via video or face-to-face, utilising questionnaires and remote monitoring of symptoms and vital signs

  • Real-time patient reported outcomes feedback via our PROMs dashboard to continuously improve care

  • Automated, pathway-focused reimbursement of providers