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We are no longer accepting new policies, but will continue to support our existing customers until their baby is born.

If you have any questions, please email us at 

What does Vitana cover? 


If you are diagnosed with gestational diabetes, you'll automatically receive $500 to support your health journey during pregnancy. 


You'll receive $2,000 if you experience any of these complications related to gestational diabetes: 

  • Premature birth before 37 weeks gestation
  • Stillbirth of a baby born 28 weeks or later 
  • Unexpected emergency cesarean section  

Our system will trigger an automatic pay transfer if you test positive to gestational diabetes or experience any complications covered by our policy. We work directly with the clinic so you'll never need to make a claim


We use the latest technology to create a proactive approach to cover. Our smart blockchain-enabled insurance system will know as soon as you're eligible for a claim, and automatically issues you a payout.

The Vitana app also sits on your phone and underwrites on your device, keeping your personal and sensitive health data private and secure. 

The Gestational Diabetes Plan is Vitana’s first product. Please email us at for more information. 


Established in Singapore, LumenLab serves to promote a culture of innovation at MetLife and create new businesses targeting the needs of the Asia-based consumers across Health, Wealth and Retirement.

Working closely with MAS on multiple initiatives, LumenLab is disrupting both the industry and its own company by investing in new innovations.

Through its focus on building new products and services grounded in technology and data, it aims to help people achieve richer and more fulfilling lives.

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