One Hundred Years, a provider of global private health management services, has launched in the UK today.
The service identifies individual client health and lifestyle goals and creates personalised health programmes managed by private health advisors, physicians and scientists.
The organisation's Global Faculty of Advisors and National Medical Advisory Board includes international experts in medicine and science such as Professor Hugh Montgomery, who discovered the first human gene for fitness and actvity and Dr Richard Budgett, chief medical officer of the International Olympic Committee and CMO of the London 2012 Olympics and Team GB.
One Hundred Years said it differentiates its health programmes by focusing on improving each client's health by executing personalised optimisation, prevention, and treatment strategies.
The company's health management services can be integrated with health insurance solutions to provide global cover to each individual client.
Virgil Bretz, co-founder and chief executive of the firm said: "One Hundred Years is the first company to professionally manage health and healthcare spending.
"Our health management model is analogous to the best examples in wealth management. Wealth managers have long understood that no two clients are alike. Our clients greatly value health. Personalised, strategic, and coordinated expert advice is as important in planning a long life of great health as it is a portfolio of wealth."
Chief medical officer Dr. Jack Kreindler added: "We are building the first care management and insurance programmes that focus on medical excellence instead of the prevailing model of cost containment. Our motivation is to learn what health means to individual clients and then help them achieve that via access to the best minds in each field."