Life, Health & Reinsurers

You’re a life or health insurance company wishing to offer a digital health engagement platform to your customers? Guide your customers towards leading a healthy lifestyle and reward them for doing so. Get them to engage with their health with the dacadoo Health Engagement Platform.

You’re a life or reinsurer wishing to assess the health risk of your in-force or new applicants? Instantly increase your accelerated underwriting capabilities with the help of the dacadoo Risk Engine. 

Health Engagement​

  • Differentiates your brand
  • Helps to improve and maintain overall health and wellbeing of customers
  • Increases customer loyalty and attracts new customers who take an active interest in improving their health
  • Offers a behavioral-based points system to reward healthy lifestyle behavior and engagement
  • White label versions can be fully branded, localized & customized
  • Content is available in over 13 languages
  • Tracks 120 activities and connects to popular tracking devices and apps
  • Maintains a high level of data security and privacy (GDPR, HIPAA)
  • Offers insight into user behavior with comprehensive usage, retention and engagement statistics

Health Risk Quantification

dacadoo is a leading provider of Health Scoring technology. Making health measurable and understandable is our core mission.
Health Risk Quantification with dacadoo includes two products that can be accessed via an Application Programming Interface (API).

  • Robust scientific model based on over 300 million person years of clinical data and 2,500 clinical papers
  • Health Score:
  • Measures and represents health in a simple and understandable way with a number from 0 to 1,000
  • Provides an indicator of holistic health and wellbeing
  • Risk Engine:
  • Provides mortality and disease risks based on limited data input
  • Estimates missing data & provides complete health data sets
  • Strengthens health-related data in underwriting and pricing engines
  • Examples at pre-issue, issue & post-issue of insurance contracts