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Formula 1 Technology Tackles Obesity in Unique Healthcare Partnership
Date:1/15/2014

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Romana Abdin, Simplyhealth's CEO said:  "We're very pleased to have played a role in helping bring together this unique partnership and opportunity to the fore. As obesity continues to pose as a barrier to good health and the future health of many individuals in the UK, now is absolutely the right time to explore how technology can support weight loss. At Simplyhealth we want to inspire people to better health and this project seeks to do that by explaining the relationship between food and physical activity through facts and not just estimates. We look forward to seeing the outcomes of the pilot and how it informs research in this area."

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About Simplyhealth:

  1. Simplyhealth has been providing healthcare solutions for over 140 years, dedicated to serving its customers and patients through a variety of cash plans, dental plans, private medical insurance, self funded health plans and mobility and living aids
  2. Simplyhealth as it stands today, now covers nearly four million people with health plans (more than any other company) and helps 20,000 companies with their employees' health
  3. Simplyhealth is committed to making a positive impact on its communities. Each year, we donate over £1 million to health related charities and causes
  4. Simplyhealth is a trading name of Simplyhealth Access, which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority
  5. For more information about Simplyhealth, please visit http://www.simplyhealth.co.uk

About McLaren Applied Technologies:

  1. McLaren Applied Technologies is one of the McLaren Group's most diverse and fast-moving businesses. With expertise in high performance design, performance management systems and simulation systems, MAT w
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