VITALIS

Health screening system

Vitalis Health Screening System paired with 24alife well-being programs centers the well-being of your company on the importance of a positive health score.

The health score is calculated from 9 different measurements, which are included in the Vitalis health screening report. According to the report Vitalis is then able to suggest the perfect 24alife well-being program to improve the health score if needed.

The goal of Vitalis is to enable anyone in your company to get an overall health score in 90 seconds.

Give your employees the chance to quickly find out what is their current health image and the ability to be guided toward improving their own health. Developed to work intuitively and on its own, Vitalis functions as the connecting piece between your employees and your well-being strategy.

From a simple health monitoring screen test, Vitalis first generates the health score of each employee and then together with the 24alife app suggests the perfect well-being program. The suggested program then guides your employees towards positive well-being results and better health report scores.

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3 simple steps

Download 24alife app from Google Store or Appstore and register.

Sit down and press the OK button on the machine and follow instructions.

With 24alife app, scan the QR code from Vitalis screen.

Download 24alife app from Google Store or Appstore and register.

Sit down and press the OK button on the machine and follow instructions.

With 24alife app, scan the QR code from Vitalis screen.

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„.../...MEDICAL COSTS FALL BY ABOUT $3.27 FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT ON WELLNESS PROGRAM AND THAT ABSENTEEISM COSTS FALL BY ABOUT $2.73 FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT.“

(Baicker Katharina, Cutler, David and Zuri Song. Workplace Wellness Programs Can Generate Savings. Healthaffairs. 2010.)