Malaysian health startup en­ters new col­lab­o­ra­tions

BioSpectrum (Asia) - - Start-up News -

Malaysian health startup Doc­tor2U has added an­other cor­po­rate tie-up un­der its belt with the an­nounce­ment of a lat­est col­lab­o­ra­tion. The team has part­nered with Taka­ful Malaysia and Mi­crosoft Malaysia to launch a Dig­i­tally-As­sisted Med­i­ca­tion De­liv­ery pro­gramme which falls in line with Taka­ful’s dig­i­tal strat­egy in spear­head­ing new in­no­va­tions in in­surance.

The cus­tomers will pay no added charges; both the long-term med­i­ca­tion and the de­liv­ery charges will be borne by Taka­ful Malaysia, as long as the med­i­ca­tions are cov­ered and within the pol­icy limit.

The ar­range­ment hopes to make the com­mu­ni­ca­tion ex­pe­ri­ence be­tween the cus­tomers and the third par­ties a more con­ve­nient and se­cure process while im­prov­ing the ef­fi­ciency of med­i­cal in­surance claims and au­dit work.

Now with over 500,000 users reg­is­tered on their app, Doc­tor2U ex­pects to ex­tend their ser­vices to more users. By lever­ag­ing on the rapid growth of tech­nol­ogy, the team’s look­ing to keep on elim­i­nat­ing un­nec­es­sary in­ter­me­di­aries and pro­cesses in health­care de­liv­ery.

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