The Blue Healthcare programmes are health strategies that combine different medical specialities working alongside each other to help our patients improve their physical and mental abilities and lead healthy, active and balanced lives.
All programmes include:
- Personalised consultations with specialists
- A physical, biological and cellular assessment of the patient
- A Blue Life Plan with personalised guidelines: therapies, procedures, interventions, suggestions for a healthy lifestyle etc.
- Patient follow-up via a health coordinator is available to answer questions, schedule appointments and motivate you to achieve your health goals
- And if necessary, to prescribe personalised treatments, products and supplements
Throughout the process, the patient is supported by:
A health coordinator
Coordinates the relationship between the patient and Blue Healthcare specialists. Their mission is to meet the patient’s needs, answer the patient’s questions and support them at consultations and assessment tests. The coordinator is also responsible for organising appointments, analyses, results and the prescribed treatment plan.
The doctor is responsible for informing the patient of the test results. Before giving the final information to the patient, the different specialists who have participated in the assessment agree on a personalised guidance plan. The medical advisor will be responsible for organising the assessment committee and the appointment with the doctor and the client to deliver the medical report and Blue Life Plan.
A genetic advisor
Available to the client both before making the decision to carry out genetic testing and after, to explain how markers can affect health and the possible diagnosis or development of inherited, present or future disease. The medical advisor will be in charge of organising an appointment with this specialist if requested by the client.
Blue Healthcare currently offers the following programs:
How do I sign up to a programme?
All Blue Healthcare programmes in the Longevity Area require a medical assessment for personalisation. The health coordinator will organise a two hour visit, and then let you know about the exact content and final price of your programme.
All the Mind Area programmes require the patient to have submitted a comprehensive questionnaire as part of each Psychiatry Unit’s initial assessment, as well as an initial medical consultation, so the programme that best suits their needs can be selected.