Multinational organisations are increasingly looking for digital health and wellness propositions to empower their employees. Answering demand from its network partners and multinational clients for these services, Swiss Life Network is progressing its state-of-the-art health and wellbeing offering by partnering with three major health engagement companies, dacadoo, Sensely and Tictrac.
These web- and app- tools are designed to encourage employees and customers to make health-conscious decisions for everyday wellbeing and to identify and prevent lifestyle-related illnesses. Alongside Swiss Life Network’s core insurance and risk-pooling solutions, the digital platforms are designed to inspire employees
to lead a self-determined life, taking control of their health and financial futures.
About the new partnerships
CEO of Swiss Life Network
“Partnering with dacadoo, Sensely and Tictrac is a great step forward for evolving our world-class service. We are excited to be tapping into a real need in the market with innovative new services that complement our offering and strengthen the value we can bring to our clients.”
President & CEO of dacadoo
“We are very proud to be strategic partners for digital health engagement and health risk quantification with Swiss Life Global Solutions. This is another major client commitment after already announcing Aon, Irish Life and Oracle, among others, in 2019. The digitalization of Life & Health Insurers is becoming mainstream.”
CEO of Tictrac
“We are thrilled to announce this partnership with Swiss Life today and look forward to combining our key competencies in engaging populations in their health with Swiss Life Network’s expertise in delivering excellent and high quality services to their clients and network partners.”
CEO & Co-Founder of Sensely
“Insurance companies are increasingly telling us that enhancing and modernizing the member experience is a strategic priority. We are excited to partner with the Swiss Life Network team and appreciate the opportunity to introduce Sensely across Swiss Life’s impressive global ecosystem.”
These global partnerships are already gaining a positive reaction from its network partners and multinational clients. Discussions around the new tools are currently taking place, and the first collaborations are expected to be announced within the next few months.
dacadoo is a global technology company and innovative business partner that is driving the digital transformation in healthcare. Based in Zurich, Switzerland, dacadoo develops and operates a mobile-first digital health engagement platform that helps people live healthier, more active lives through a combination of motivational techniques from behavioural science, online gaming and social networks, as well as artificial intelligence and automated coaching. Based on over 300 million person-years of clinical data, its patented, real-time Health Score makes health individually measurable, which provides users with a unique engagement experience, while also offering dacadoo’s enterprise customers an effective way to measure the true health impact of wellness programs. Available in over 13 languages, dacadoo’s technology is provided as a fully branded, white-label solution or it can be integrated into customer products through its API.
Sensely's avatar and chatbot-based platforms assist insurance plan members and patients with the insurance services and healthcare resources they need when they need it. With offices in London and San Francisco, Sensely's global teams provide virtual assistant solutions to insurance companies, pharmaceutical clients, and hospital systems worldwide.
Tictrac is a market-leading health engagement company, whose mission is to engage people in their health, through their data. Tictrac’s products and engagement services are designed to empower individuals to take more control of their health and wellbeing, in turn supporting the relationship between insurers and their members. Tictrac works with major health and life insurers and public health systems across the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia with the end goal of promoting healthier populations.