The Health of a Nation 2020 report is a world-first, interactive analysis of population health and risk profiles of Australians using de-identified data generated from digital health checks undertaken on the SiSU Health Stations.
Over 600,000 Australians completed 1.3 million health checks on SiSU Health Stations between January 2018 and August 2020; arguably the largest sample of machine-measured health data presented in Australian health research to date.
The detailed analysis includes:
✔ Health risk prevalence of key risk factors, including blood pressure, BMI, Smoking, Diabetes, and Stress
✔ Health risk prevalence breakdown by Age, Gender, State and Socio-economic Decile (SEIFA)
✔ Population Health Change over time for repeat Members