Healix launches new health care app

Healix Health Services has launched its new digital health solution, providing employers with access to digital health support services.

Healix ConneX provides instant access to digital triage through an app, offering employees access to mental health, musculoskeletal, virtual GP and well-being services.

Upon diagnosis, users are provided with the appropriate advice or integrated into NHS services for long-term treatment if necessary.

User companies can also add the optional Healix ConneX Care to offer staff emotional well-being therapy and physiotherapy sessions.

Ian Talbot, CEO at Healix said that with health care under such pressure as a result of the pandemic, Healix was looking to help tackle this problem with a solution that allowed employees to gain fast access to initial consultations and diagnoses.

“The last two years have also highlighted the importance of early intervention for MSK and mental health which is why it was important for us to create a low-cost solution available to all that would still offer some of the advantages of traditional private healthcare,” he added. “We’re excited to see our clients benefit from the service, and the positive impact we hope it will have on the health, happiness and productivity of their organisation as a whole.”

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