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Span Health Discusses the Positive Impact of NextFin's Ratings Service

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Span Health Discusses the Positive Impact of NextFin's Ratings Service
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Span Health has complimented Nextfin on what it calls “a very straightforward” ratings service. Aimed at helping people avoid lifestyle-induced diseases, symptoms, medications, and complications, the company was rated by us on July 7 and achieved a rating of 78%.

Span Health's easy-to-use mobile application allows patients to chat with clinicians, order blood tests at home, book video consultations, and see results in the application itself. 

In 2019, the company agreed on a National Health Service (NHS) pilot test for 100 patients in collaboration with the National Institute of Health Research in North West London.  

The digital care platform intends to use the investment to provide employees with blood tests to screen for health risk factors and recover from detected illness safely and sustainably, improve its platform data insights, prediction and machine learning to better structure the clinician's processes, and further reduce its operational costs.

Nextfin spoke to the entrepreneur behind the business to gauge how our rating has had an impact on their operations. 

According to Patrick Samy, CEO of Span Health: “Nextfin had a very straightforward process and was able to rate our equity crowdfunding campaign independently in a short timeframe. 

Commenting on whether Span Health is a good investment, Samy added: “How we eat and live defines our long-term health and this aspect has not been addressed by our healthcare systems that are designed for acute care. As a result, we have an epidemic of lifestyle-induced conditions.

“Span Health is tackling this core issue for our society with a new model of care for a young 28-45 audience for whom getting advice from a doctor, nutritionist or psychologist on a chat-based app feels like the norm.

“Our model is simple and every employer today is in a constant battle to keep employees healthy, happy and engaged in a world where talent competition is number one challenge for every business, especially after COVID-19.”

NextFin’s ratings are free of charge, fully independent, and therefore are not swayed by an investor, platform or entrepreneur's opinion, giving investors an impartial, in-depth analysis on an investment opportunity. However, like any private investment, your capital is at risk. Please read the risk warnings on our website and always get professional advice before investing. 

Authors: Sacha Bright & Oliver Murphy


To the best of our knowledge, the information we have provided is correct at the time of publishing. Sacha Bright is not a solicitor or accountant and we recommend that you seek professional advice on any topic discussed. Nextfin is not liable for any damages arising from the use of or inability to use this site or any material contained in it, or from any action taken as a result of using the site. 

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