THE klivoa health technology that emerged in 2020 to serve people with Diabetesreaches 2022 with more services in its portfolio and 21,000 people assisted.
It’s based on an app rented by agreements and companies to deliver personalized care with a multidisciplinary team — which includes a foodadvice on exercises and medical follow-up.
“The interface is adapted to different levels of knowledge. Those who have been living with a chronic illness for years need different advice than those who have just been diagnosed,” says Marcelo Toledo, co-CEO of Klivo.
The result is: the index of obesity among users fell by 45%.