Aviva's DigiCare+ records high cholesterol levels and poor liver health

Among individual and group protection clients

John Brazier
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Aviva's DigiCare+ records high cholesterol levels and poor liver health

Data from Aviva’s health and wellbeing app, DigiCare+, shows the extent of customers with high cholesterol and poor liver health, underlining the importance of early intervention.

The insurer stated that almost three-quarters (73%) of Aviva individual and group protection customers who returned a valid annual Health Check via DigiCare+ and DigiCare+ Workplace over the past year suffer from high cholesterol. Meanwhile, 64% of users registered poor liver health and 27% recorded poor kidney health in combined results for individuals and group clients. Aviva stated that the data shows a clear need for early intervention to help protect the long-term health of clients, with...

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