5 more years of healthier, independent living

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Longevity recently launched their strategy for Healthier Longer Lives.

A strategy that aims to give 5 more years of healthier, independent living.

However, there are two key challenges to ensuring that this vision is realised:

  • We need to ensure that multiple systems that exist across the industry can work together; and
  • we need to engage with people to help them to take ownership of their own health and longevity.

Watch our Head of Health, David Newell’s interview with the APPG for Longevity, where he discusses some of these challenges.

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