15 September 2017 | News
The investment will fund MyDoc’s ongoing initiative to drive population-wide digital health programmes.
UST Global has made a strategic investment in MyDoc, a Singapore-based digital health platform company, to expand its digital offerings in the healthcare sector, primarily in the Asian and European markets. The company did not share details on the amount invested.
The investment will fund MyDoc’s ongoing initiative to drive population-wide digital health programmes, including disease management and health data tracking. This is in line with MyDoc's Asia-wide drive to introduce new digital services to communities with healthcare being a key pillar in all markets.
UST’s Human-Centric Design, AI and Cloud capabilities would power the MyDoc platform to further expand its product offerings rapidly. MyDoc’s digital platform integrates different healthcare ecosystem players and gives users access to a network of healthcare services, including doctor consultations, online prescriptions, and long-term disease management programs. Users can select, compare, and book health checks and consultations with specialists, diagnostic centers, and hospitals. They can also order medicines, as well as access their health insurance portfolio. Their current client list includes Asia's largest insurers like AIA, AXA and Aetna, large corporate clients, providers like Guardian Pharmacy and government partners like the Health Promotion Board of Singapore.