Sydney, Australia - 7 May, 2020

Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place, and Diabetes New Zealand are now strategic clinical content partners to deliver Diabetes New Zealand’s content and resources to people across New Zealand through Sharecare’s mobile-enabled health and wellbeing platform. Diabetes New Zealand is Sharecare’s first founding clinical content partner in the region, integrating its diabetes and services information into the Sharecare experience.

Sharecare provides each user – no matter where they are in their health journey – with a personalised health profile so they can easily connect to the information, programs and professionals they need to live their happiest, healthiest and most productive lives. To help people improve their health, Sharecare enables each member to track their progress toward earning “green days,” Sharecare’s proprietary metric comprised of 13 key health indicators such as stress, activity, sleep, blood pressure and diet. By earning green days, members make progress toward lowering their RealAgeTM, Sharecare’s scientifically validated measurement of health risk and all-cause mortality.

“Diabetes New Zealand is an important foundational partnership as we have launched our comprehensive platform – with resources for all areas of health, ranging from wellbeing and prevention to chronic disease management support – in New Zealand,” said Riaan Rheeder, managing director of Sharecare Australia and New Zealand. “By partnering with Diabetes New Zealand to extend the reach of their research-backed content and connect people to local resources for support, we look forward to helping people manage their diabetes and improve their overall wellbeing, especially as we emerge from this challenging time.”

As part of the partnership agreement, the two organisations will also explore new ways to deliver innovative, personalised, diabetic-relevant content to support at-risk populations across New Zealand.

“Diabetes New Zealand is excited to partner with Sharecare to leverage its technology and platform to reach even more New Zealanders who may be impacted by diabetes,” said Heather Verry, Chief Executive. “With Sharecare’s smartphone-based platform, we have a unique opportunity to steer critical information to people right in the palm of their hands, furthering our goals to connect with and support all New Zealanders impacted by diabetes.”

To learn more about clinical content partnership opportunities with Sharecare in Australia and New Zealand, submit an enquiry to Info-NZ@sharecare.com.

About Sharecare
Sharecare is the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place. The Sharecare platform provides each person – no matter where they are in their health journey – with a comprehensive and personalised health profile where they can dynamically and easily connect to the information, evidence-based programs and health professionals they need to live their healthiest, happiest and most productive lives. In addition to providing individual consumers with direct access to award-winning and innovative frictionless technologies, scientifically validated clinical protocols and best-in-class coaching tools, Sharecare also helps providers, employers and health plans effectively scale outcomes-based health and wellness solutions across their entire populations. Download Sharecare today:

About Diabetes New Zealand
Diabetes is New Zealand’s largest and fastest growing health crisis, affecting over a quarter of a million New Zealanders. Diabetes New Zealand is New Zealand’s leading organisation supporting people affected by diabetes.
Diabetes New Zealand aims to support all people affected by diabetes to live well through:

  • Providing information and support to help people take charge of their health
  • Acting as an advocate and representing all people with, or at risk of developing, diabetes
  • Raising awareness of diabetes, especially around lifestyle factors that can help prevent or delay type 2 and help manage and control type 1 and type 2.

For more information about Diabetes New Zealand please visit diabetes.org.nz or facebook.com/diabetesnz