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Is Self service health monitoring the new "Netflix" phenomenon?

Historically people have been very passive in their health journey, beholding medical professionals with their treatment plans.  With global crisis, ageing populations and increased chronic illness impacting healthcare delivery, will  people necessitate looking to self service solutions to manage their health.   

The new Wanngi app provides a new Wanngi Primary+ Health monthly or annually subscription service and is gaining popularity as the Most Reliable Electronic Health Record Solution Provider.

History of streaming subscriptions

In 2007 Netflix introduced streaming, which allows members to instantly watch television shows and movies on their personal computers. 

Flash forward to now where Netflix hits 100 million members globally. Seventy percent of U.S. households have at least one subscription, compared with 40 percent of U.K. homes and about 14.4 Million users in APAC.

And the average American subscriber watches 3.4 services. For each one, they pay an average $8.53 per month. That would total a monthly bill of $29. That’s less than a third of the average monthly cable bill of $107.

New Wanngi Health subscription service

Globally people are struggling with the costs of healthcare.  Many people are unable to afford health insurance. Healthcare organisations are struggling with an ageing population and an increasing demographic where over 50% of the population have a chronic condition.  Some of these conditions will improve their long term diagnosis with engagement from people to self monitor their health using preventative medicine.  

Wanngi has been invented to help people self monitor and have a tool on hand to help them communicate with their health providers and possible reduce their time of diagnosis and reduce their healthcare costs in doing so.

So is a monthly Wanngi health Wallet subscription equivalent to a spotify or streaming service worthwhile?

Just like a bank account, you won’t realise the benefit until you start having some money in the account.  The Wanngi health Wallet is similar.  For some people, this could mean savings of 000’s in healthcare costs.  Some examples where this might happen:

  • Providing evidence such as symptoms timeline and health history to reduce your diagnosis time.
  • Not undertake a pathology or diagnostic test repeatedly or unnecessarily
  • Having a copy of your specialist referral on hand
  • keep track of your medication scripts and reminders
  • and much more

Also just like streaming services, Wanngi offers a 1 month free trial where you can cancel anytime.