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Prudential Singapore's new health app offers Covid-19 hospital allowances to all users, amongst other features

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner4/27/2020 04:29 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Prudential Singapore's new health app offers Covid-19 hospital allowances to all users, amongst other features
“If our customers are healthy, we are healthy,” says Dennis Tan, CEO of Prudential Singapore
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SINGAPORE (Apr 27): Prudential Singapore has rolled out an artificial intelligence-powered health app providing access to healthcare services and real-time health information.

Called Pulse by Prudential, the app designed in collaboration with UK-based Babylon Health, allows users to undergo a virtual assessment to understand their likelihood of acquiring chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, based on their imputed habits.

It also allows unwell users to check on their symptoms and consult a doctor at a flat rate of $15. Here, patients can seek advice on most ailments save matters pertaining to pregnancy and dermatological conditions.

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