VitalityLife launches client health risk calculator

Hannah Godfrey
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Vitality's calculator can produce a personalised risk report based on age, gender and smoker status in less than a minute
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Vitality's calculator can produce a personalised risk report based on age, gender and smoker status in less than a minute

VitalityLife has launched a risk calculator that is able to work out the likelihood of clients facing ill health by putting in some basic, personal information.

Vitality's calculator can produce a personalised risk report based on age, gender and smoker status in less than a minute. After inputting the data, the firm said, the tool will show the percentage likelihood of being unable to work for one month or more through ill-health, the likelihood of experiencing a serious illness and the risk of early death. Additionally, it can calculate how these percentages could improve should the client engage in a healthier lifestyle. In June, Vitality entered...

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