Well.Me is a workplace health company that provides a holistic health monitoring service. It helps reduce absenteeism and increase productivity through improved employee health.
Founded in 2002, Well.Me invented the Wellpoint system to provide precise metrics on individuals vital health metrics. In 2015, the company introduced the Well.Me digital tracking and analytics service that enables users to record and visualize key health and wellbeing statistics.
Well.Me counts many FT 500 companies amongst its over 150 customers and its Wellpoint systems and services are used throughout Europe. The company is headquartered in Grantham, Lincolnshire in the UK.
Keith is the Chief Executive Officer of Wellpoint group. He joined the board of the company in 2005 as its Managing Director, having set up his own clinical software company in 2002. He has served as CEO for the past two years.
Initially trained in biochemistry and toxicology, Keith started his career in pharmaceutical research. He spent the next 20 years in various areas of the pharma business including senior roles in sales and marketing, clinical governance and developing international territories. As an early advocate of telematics, digital and e-Health platforms, Keith was invited in 2000 as guest lecturer for Health Informatics at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a member of the G8 Heart Telematics group.
Adrian is the Chairman of Wellpoint Group, having served in the role for the past 11 years. As well as being an adviser to the founding shareholders, he plays an important role in developing Wellpoint’s new digital health direction with Well.Me.
Adrian graduated in law from Downing College, Cambridge and also serves as a Partner at leading City law firm Mills and Reeve. He is a specialist in privately funded infrastructure and has worked on projects in the UK, Europe and in Asia. He has also acted for project sponsors, constructors, maintenance contractors and guarantors.
Jim is the Head of Software Development and Data Protection Officer at Wellpoint Group, having been a member of the management team for the past 4 years. He leads on software development at Wellpoint, with special expertise in new innovations related to the development of health and wellbeing apps.
Jim graduated from the University of Derby with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He was previously a senior developer at FirstHealth Solutions, providing a range of innovative, tailored solutions related to employee wellbeing. Jim has more than two decades worth of software development experience across a diverse range of sectors.
Dean is the Director of Commercial Operations at Wellpoint group. He works closely with the team to develop new business and strategic opportunities. Dean is an experienced Director with over 20 years’ experience working in the Occupational Health and Wellbeing sectors.
Dean has built a number of highly successful Occupational Health and wellbeing businesses which have benefited from his unique insights into mental wellbeing and human behaviour. He has also spent time in Australia working on Aboriginal training programmes specialising in disability and mental health.
Dave is the Head of Digital Mobile Strategy & Delivery at Wellpoint Group. He plays a crucial role in the software development behind the Well.me solution and the integration of physical wellpoints with the virtual well.me portal.
Dave graduated in Computer Science from the University of Derby and has worked as a software developer for over 20 years. He has worked across multiple industries and sectors from maintenance software for the Ministry of Defence to digital health platforms in the private sector. He has experience in following the full software development lifecycle from design to implementation.
Wellpoint Group Limited (Wellpoint) is committed to taking data security very seriously and takes great care with customer and user data. This Privacy Notice outlines how your personal information will be treated. Our security and privacy policies are periodically reviewed and enhanced and you should check this page to see our most up to date policy.
In order to provide you with our services, we may collect personal data about you from our website and from our health kiosks. Information such as your name and email address are used to create an account for you on both the website and the health kiosks. Other data we may collect includes data such as age, gender, and your health metric data that is collected on the kiosk, or entered by yourself into Well.Me. This allows you to keep track of your overall progress and be able to see historic results, set goals and enter challenges with your friends and colleagues.
Any personal data that Wellpoint collect will only be used for the following purposes:
We can assure you that your personal data is never passed on to third parties.
Personal data that Wellpoint hold will only be stored for the minimum amount of time deemed necessary for the purposes for which it is being used, including:
You have the right to access, modify or delete any of your data. You also have the right to raise any concerns or complaints regarding your data. Please email any requests to Wellpoint’s Data Protection Officer at DPO@wellpointgroup.com
As a Well.Me user, you can regularly receive emails giving you an update of your Weight, BMI, Body Fat Percentage, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Cardiovascular Risk and Heart Age whether they have been manually entered or recorded as a result of a health check on a Kiosk.