Leaders in health and predictive analytics for
underwriting, engagement and more.
Revolutionizing the Insurance and Wellness industries.
We are the global standard in predictive health data analytics. Vivametrica uses mobile and wearable device data, artificial intelligence protocols and scientifically validated models, to accurately predict mortality and disease risk.
We use mobile & wearable devices, Artificial Intelligence, and scientifically validated models to accurately predict and prevent mortality & disease.
Vivametrica has developed the most accurate and valid health score using sensor data. Our analytics team looks to the latest scientific literature and market demands for innovation.
Enabling Digital Underwriting
“If we can do it faster, at the same cost, and with nothing taken out of the equation, it should be ‘game over,’” — Anthony Kuczinski, CEO of Munich America Reinsurance (Insurance Information Institute Annual Conference, January 2017)
Implement physical activity data models to accurately predict disease risk and mortality for insurance underwriting
Stratify risk and increase profitability by up to 20% by including new data sources
Avoid blood and fluid testing. Dispense with paramedical exams
Rick comes from a Spinal Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery background. He is Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Calgary. His past experience includes leadership roles within hospital and health care systems, and within university settings. Rick has co-founded, nurtured and grown a number of health-related businesses, and leads Vivametrica as President and CEO.
Christy is an exercise scientist and physiologist with expertise in the relationship between physical activity and health. She is a past Visiting Associate Professor at the Wearable Health Lab at Stanford University, leading the field in the study of wearable technology and analytics in medicine. Christy has a PhD in Rehabilitation Medicine, and has focused her career around measurement of physical activity, and promoting exercise as medicine for clinical populations. She is particularly interested in the capabilities of wearable technology for promoting lifestyle behaviour change.
Dr. Matt SmuckCo-founder and Chief Scientific Advisor
Matt is an entrepreneurial physician, educator and researcher at Stanford University, where he is Chief of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. His research interests lie in the application of mobile technologies to musculoskeletal care, and he is a pioneer in the new field of objective tracking of physical performance in musculoskeletal diseases. This work has given Matt unique insights into the capabilities and future potential of wearable technologies, and he is passionate about bringing their full potential to bear.