Babylon By TELUS Health Launches Healthcheck AI-driven Health Assessment Tool

Too often, individuals pay attention to their health only once they are unwell. In many cases, this is because they lack an understanding of their current health status and the impact of decisions on their health.

Babylon by TELUS Health’s Healthcheck is an AI-driven health assessment tool designed by doctors, scientists and epidemiologists to give users a more holistic view of their overall health and provide recommendations for actionable changes to reduce a patient’s risk for disease. 

Healthcheck offers the following features:

  • Assessment: An engaging, conversational chatbot interface asks users about their medical history and lifestyle factors to assess their current health status and predict their future disease risks.
  • Digital Twin: Assessment results are presented through a Digital Twin, a realistic representation of the human body broken down by organs, which users can explore to gain a better understanding of their risks and the factors affecting them.
  • Insights: Through the detailed assessment of medical history, family history, diet, lifestyle and mood, Healthcheck creates a clinically accurate projection of the user’s potential risk for disease and suggests lifestyle changes to reduce their risk levels.

As Canadians face a potential second wave of the COVID-19 virus, it will be important that they are provided reliable and insightful tools and resources to maintain their health and well-being. Thus you might want to check out Healthcheck should the need arise.

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