As reported in Human Resources Online (found here):

Singapore-headquartered health technology startup CXA Group has partnered with Philips and a select group of Fortune 500 companies to pilot an integrated workplace health solution, with the support of Singapore-based EDBI.

The partnership is expected to unveil an end-to-end solution designed to help employers and employees manage the incidence of chronic illnesses and rising healthcare costs. This pioneering integrated digital personal health solution for the workplace will be revealed at a private event this month.

“We believe it takes a village to transform workplace wellness,” said founder and CEO of CXA Group, Rosaline Chow Koo. “The role of employers, employees and the supporting ecosystem of insurance, healthcare providers, and wellness vendors is key in building a culture of health at work and controlling the rising cost of healthcare in the region.”

In this context, Koo added: “Our clients who are positively managing their workforce health should see lower premiums over the long term. If we get this right, we believe our collective efforts will translate into a positive impact on the state of health in Asia and should produce savings on healthcare costs beyond the corporate world.”