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Upcoming digital health lunchtime seminar | How can we move healthcare from reactive to proactive? 

Presented by Luke Grana, Andi Health
Tuesday 17th November | 12.00pm-12.45pm

Chronic disease and cancer are the leading cause of illness and death in Australia (70% of deaths), while 35% can be prevented by removing risk factors and living a healthy lifestyle. GPs are busy focusing on reactive care and have no time and data to look at early prevention and personalised lifestyle intervention. This is Australia’s challenge: how can we move healthcare from reactive to proactive, to prevent disease and cancer, and support Australians living a healthier lifestyle?

Andi Health exists to empower Australians to live a healthier life through data and coaching. Andi Health is working on a new preventative digital health program that bundles connected health devices, personalised health analytics and 1-1 video health coaching into one monthly service. In this presentation, you will learn about how Andi Health aims to provide the personalised information needed for Australians to be proactive about their health, and for GPs to have a more sophisticated understanding of the behaviours, patterns, and other keys to preventing cancer and disease.

Luke Grana is the Founder and CEO of Andi Health. Over the past year, Luke has been researching potential business models in the personalised health space and is passionate about the future of preventative healthcare. Before starting Andi Health, Luke was the CEO of Grana (grana.com), a direct to consumer clothing brand focused on timeless essentials from the world’s best fabrics. Backed by Alibaba, Grana is headquartered in Hong Kong and shipping to over 60 global markets. Luke believes in building high performing teams, developing strong brands, and fostering passionate customers.

Zoom link for all lunchtime seminars: https://uni-sydney.zoom.us/j/86558031655 Passcode: 819580

This event is part of the Discipline of Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health lunchtime sessions.