dacadoo announces the 5.0 version of its Digital Health Engagement Platform (DHEP).

30/09/2022 News

One of the world's leading Healthtechs and Insurtechs, dacadoo, has just announced its upcoming version 5.0 of its award-winning Digital Health Engagement Platform (DHEP). The new offering will feature, in addition to its current enterprise offering, a unique SaaS use case, further expanding their ‘Predict & Prevent’ offering.

During the first day of the highly awaited InsurTech Connect Las Vegas, presented by McKinsey & Co, dacadoo’s CEO Peter Ohnemus and his team have revealed their upcoming Digital Health Engagement Platform version 5.0, which, they believe, will be the biggest step forward in their product offering to date.

One of the most attractive features is its new SaaS offering, which can be described as the easiest and fastest way for insurers or other organizations to license dacadoo’s Digital Health Engagement Platform, as organizations will now be able to choose the approach that’s better tailored to their needs and have more flexibility on the business model towards their users.

Organizations requiring several sub-branding options will now have the possibility of accessing a larger ecosystem pre-built to their requirements, where they are able to integrate several instances of the Digital Health Engagement Platform tailored to each sub-brand. One of the main benefits of dacadoo’s offering is that large organizations will be able to segment their customers into individual instances of the Digital Health Engagement Platform to enable a customized user experience for each environment separately, providing hyper-personalization at the click of a button.

On the other hand, entities may also benefit from accessing a much more affordable and faster set-up where they would receive a single-branded environment to get their digital health engagement offering live at a faster speed.

This also opens up the possibility of accessing one of the sub-branded platforms already set up by other organizations and, therefore, not have to start from the ground up, which may be appealing to organizations of all sizes looking to deliver a Digital Health Engagement Platform with a reduced amount of effort and resources.

From the end user perspective, dacadoo has also announced a truly ground-breaking user experience and enhanced interface, through which users can now fully understand their ‘Health Score Potential’. Up until now, the patented dacadoo Health Score would allow users to get a holistic overview of their overall health in near real-time with dacadoo’s scientifically calculated number from 0 to 1,000. A user’s Health Score would change as their lifestyle habits evolve, but there was no incorporation of a future perspective.

dacadoo have now taken it a step further – in line with their ‘Predict & Prevent’ strategy – where users will receive individual guidance on why and how their Health Score could be improved both long and short term through specific lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking, exercising often, or eating healthier.

“I had an ambitious vision to provide individuals with their digital health twin, through which users could see their full health potential, proactively act upon it, and maintain it.” states dacadoo’s CEO & Founder, Peter Ohnemus. “In today’s society it’s easy to get lost in the present and not think about how the actions you choose today can impact your future health, wealth, and general quality of life. We are truly thrilled to be one of the first companies to have a forward-thinking approach to changing the way we perceive health, switching it from reactive to proactive. After all, at dacadoo, we’ve always shown that #WeCare about your health.”

The dacadoo team stated at ITC Vegas (booth 2258) that further information on this revolutionary new offering will be made available to the first customers who request it, giving them an exciting sneak peek into the full potential of the upcoming offering.

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