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Digital Flu Vouchers at Work

The world’s first corporate digital flu vouchers are redeemable at over 4,500 pharmacies!

What are digital flu vouchers?

As the largest digital flu voucher supplier in the UK, your employees can redeem our vouchers across our network of over 4,500 pharmacies nationwide.  

We have two digital flu voucher solutions available ensuring we offer the right solution tailored to your budget: 

  • Pay as you go (PAYG) 
  • Pre-paid 
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Our digital flu vouchers mean no more single pharmacy vouchers with restrictions on where they can be used. And should you opt for our PAYG model, you don’t need to guess how many vouchers you require or worry about how many will be redeemed. 

Pre-paid digital flu vouchers

Our pre-paid vouchers are similar to the traditional voucher method whereby you pay upfront for your required number of vouchers.  However, with Healthy Performance, these digital vouchers can be redeemed at over 4,500 pharmacies nationwide. 

PAYG digital flu vouchers

Our unique PAYG vouchers mean you only pay for redeemed vouchers, so there is no risk of wasting budget. 

Why choose us?

✔️ Two models for your organisational requirements – Pay as you go (PAYG) and pre-paid 

✔️ Can be redeemed at over 4,500 pharmacies nationwide

✔️ Easy to distribute – get set up in less than 24 hours

✔️ Some of our pharmacies are open until 9pm

✔️ Our Pharmacy finder can filter by ‘drop in’ clinics to show same-day availability

✔️ PAYG option means you only pay for redeemed vouchers (and non-attended online bookings) 

✔️ PAYG model includes a unique admin area for tracking activated and redeemed vouchers 

✔️ We only offer e-vouchers meaning no more paper and the hassle of distributing.  Much more environmentally friendly! 

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Digital flu FAQ's

A digital flu voucher is an online alternative to the traditional paper-based flu voucher. Going digital makes it easier for employees to redeem their vaccination and easier for businesses to measure usage. It’s also more eco-friendly.

Digital flu vouchers make running a flu programme a breeze. By going digital you can be set up and live in less than 24 hours. Digital vouchers give you the ability to distribute vouchers companywide at a click of a button, track usage and stay in control of costs. And remember, you only ever pay for vaccination vouchers that have been redeemed!

It’s really simple. You send a communication to everyone in your company, or to a select group if you know who is interested, highlighting the process. We can help with gauging interest levels with our Register Interest booking system.  Once employees have received the email, they simply activate their voucher by entering your unique company code (that we provide) and their email address into our platform. 

Healthy Performance can set up a unique company code within 24 hours (sooner if required) and this code can be shared with your employees immediately.

Employees simply visit one of more than 4,500 trusted pharmacies and get their vaccination by presenting the digital voucher code via their mobile device to the pharmacist.

We have partnered with Lloyds Pharmacy, pharmacies in Sainsburys and Asda supermarkets, along with Tesco’s, Morrisons, Kamson Pharmacy, Dears Pharmacy amongst many others. 

With our PAYG model, you are only charged for vouchers that are redeemed by your employees. Our pre-paid model means that you pay upfront for your chosen number of vouchers.

Once vaccinations are being delivered from September, we will raise invoices every 2-4 weeks throughout the project and payment will be due within 7 days from the invoice date.

You will be provided with an admin area to monitor uptake levels showing vouchers activated (but not used), those redeemed and also those not used.  This means that you can track uptake very easily.

We have agreed with some of our pharmacy partners that for online appointments that are not attended, you will be charged for these appointments.

This is to avoid people making appointments and not attending, at a time where appointments will be at a premium.    

General flu FAQ's

Seasonal flu is an influenza virus that is highly contagious and causes short term illness (typically 5-7days). Offering flu vaccinations is an easy way to help protect your employees, reduce absenteeism and boost productivity.

The flu season typically runs from December through to April with the flu vaccination period starting at the end of September through to December.

Over time, protection from the flu vaccination gradually decreases and flu strains change. New flu vaccines are produced each year which is why we suggest that people have a new vaccination each year.

In a word, no. This is a common misconception when it comes to flu vaccinations. The vaccine contains an inactivated virus that cannot in itself cause flu. You may however experience some mild flu-like symptoms or a sore arm during the first 48 hours after vaccination as your own immune system responds to the vaccination. For the majority of people, there are no symptoms. Taking some painkillers can reduce any discomfort along with moving your arm regularly. Please have a look at the NHS website if you need more information. 

Studies have shown that getting a vaccination will help to prevent catching the flu. However, a vaccine will not stop all flu viruses and the level of protection may vary, so it’s not a 100% guarantee that you’ll be flu-free. But, if you do get the flu after a vaccination, it’s likely to be milder and shorter lived than it would otherwise have been.

It is safe for the majority of people to receive a flu vaccination. However, if you have had a confirmed anaphylactic reaction to a previous flu vaccination or an allergic reaction to any component of the vaccine then you should not have the jab. The vaccinations that are used are prepared in hen’s eggs and should therefore not be administered to people with known allergies to chicken or egg products.  

We do not administer the Quadravalant vaccine to over 65’s as they are entitled to the Trivalant vaccine free of charge from the NHS via their GP.