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221 – Making proactive health the new norm; Luke Grana, Andi Health

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221 – Making proactive health the new norm; Luke Grana, Andi Health

1 in 2 Australians have one or more chronic conditions.  How can technology enable a more proactive approach to addressing these issues? Luke Grana is the CEO and Co-Founder of…
March 14, 2022

221 – Making proactive health the new norm; Luke Grana, Andi Health

1 in 2 Australians have one or more chronic conditions.  How can technology enable a more proactive approach to addressing these issues?
Luke Grana is the CEO and Co-Founder of Andi Health. He has a passion for proactive health, which along with personal experiences helped to inspire the start of Andi Health.
Andi Health is a solution with the mission to make proactive health the norm using health coaching, powered by data through a connected solution of health devices.

In this episode, Pete and Luke talk about integrated health programs and how we can move from a reactive, one-size-fits-all health system to something more personalised and proactive.  
This episode covers the possibilities of proactive health and how Andi Health is making it its mission to get its members to their health goals using technology and digitally-enabled care delivery models and programs. 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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