05 April 2021 | News
To take control of their health by launching a digital therapeutics platform that focuses on three key therapeutic areas namely smoking cessation, vaccination, and heart health
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Pfizer has announced its collaboration with DoctorOnCall to launch a digital therapeutics platform that focuses on three key therapeutic areas namely smoking cessation, vaccination, and heart health.
Catering to an increasingly tech-savvy and mobile audience, the digital therapeutics platform is designed to empower Malaysians to take charge of their health, help improve disease management and quality of life while providing guidance and resources to facilitate better communication between patients and their healthcare providers.
The digital therapeutics platform spans across three "health centres" on DoctorOnCall's website that houses resources for the following therapeutic areas in Bahasa Malaysia and English:
The three health centres provide patients with a rich user experience, where they will have access to an array of health tips and articles, educational videos as well as engagement tools such as quizzes and games, for e.g. smoking savings calculator, hypertension risk factor quiz and vaccination games amongst others.
Image Caption: Luksanawan Thangpaibool (Country Manager, Pfizer Malaysia & Brunei) and Chiak Tang (Chief Operations Officer, DoctorOnCall) at the MoU Signing Ceremony for the collaboration.