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Advisers get well-being support

AIA New Zealand is extending the Best Doctors service to financial advisers to support well-being.

Friday, February 25th 2022, 8:59AM

The Wellbeing research, supported by AIA, showed that 20% of advisers surveyed are seeking, or have sought, medical care for stress, 15% have been advised by their doctor that they are in a high-risk category for heart disease or stroke, and 41% had a
moderate to high mental health risk – almost double the risk of the general New Zealand population.

AIA chief partnership officer, Sam Tremethick, said; “Best Doctors is a fantastic offering, supporting our employees, corporate customers - and now advisers - with the option of securing a second expert medical opinion on any medical diagnosis.”

“We want to help bring about change for advisers, and are proud to be able to offer this to any
advisers in New Zealand that have a relationship with us,” he said.

Best Doctors is a telehealth service that provides access to international specialists and New Zealand registered mental health clinicians. Providing world-class advice and support when it is needed most. Best Doctors supports customers with diagnosis, treatment, and information, providing the confidence to make informed health decisions.

Meanwhile, health insurer nib has been offering prostrate cancer tests to advisers who have attended its recent roadshows.

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