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Credit: AIA

By Dean Koh April 4, 2019
AIA, the largest public listed pan-Asian life insurance group, and Singtel, the largest mobile network operator in Singapore, yesterday announced a partnership to promote consumer wellness. What’s it about Both companies will team up to digitally engage their combined base of more than 5 million customers and reward them to get active and stay healthy. In addition, Singtel and AIA also plan to co...
By Dean Koh March 29, 2019
NTUC Income, a Singapore-based insurance cooperative and DaVita, a US-based company which provides kidney dialysis across the US and in 9 countries worldwide, recently announced a joint venture (JV), DaVita Singapore, to operate kidney dialysis centres in Singapore. The dialysis centres operated by the JV will serve as Income’s preferred healthcare facilities, akin to its panel of private...

Trent McConaghy​, co-founder of Ocean Protocol. Source: Ocean Protocol

By Dean Koh March 20, 2019
Singapore-headquartered health AI company ConnectedLife today announced its partnership with Singapore-based non-profit foundation Ocean Protocol to advance the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson's disease with a safe method of sharing patient-generated data. By combining IoT and deep-learning tech, ConnectedLife continuously collects motion data to objectively monitor motor symptoms of...

Rosaline Chow Koo, Founder and CEO of CXA Group. Credit: CXA Group

By Dean Koh March 14, 2019
Yesterday, Singapore-based health technology startup CXA Group, which offers an employee benefits and wellness marketplace platform, announced that it has raised $25 million in its latest round of funding. The company’s new group of strategic investors includes HSBC, Singtel Innov8, Telkom Indonesia MDI Ventures, Sumitomo Corporation Equity Asia, Muang Thai Fuchsia Ventures, Humanica and Heritas...

Photo: Gojek

By Dean Koh March 7, 2019
Gojek an Indonesia-headquartered ride-hailing and logistics company with operations in Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore and Thailand, today announced that it has partnered with Singapore-based startup Doctor Anywhere, to offer offline and online medical consultations to its drivers. This announcement came after Gojek’s recent tie-up with Gigacover, a Singapore-based insurtech company, which offers...

Above photo: Dr. Snehal Patel, CEO & Co-founder of MyDoc. Photo: MyDoc

By Dean Koh December 18, 2018
The digital managed care platform MyDoc has been tapped to digitally deliver health screening results of AIA Vitality members in Singapore, creating the first digitally integrated corporate health screening programme for the global insurer. As a digital healthcare provider, MyDoc is part of Singapore’s Ministry of Health's (MOH) regulatory sandbox for telemedicine, allowing it to offer digital...

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By Dean Koh December 5, 2018
Ark, a Singapore-based medtech enterprise focused on early cancer detection, has raised a record US$40 million in Series A funding. Ark’s vision is “a world without late-stage cancer” and its mission is to eliminate late-stage cancer related death by 2048 through the introduction of accurate, affordable, and actionable cancer detection technologies. This record-breaking Series A round was led by...

Credit: Foundation Medicine

By Dean Koh November 29, 2018
Roche announced last week the launch of FoundationOne CDx, Foundation Medicine’s comprehensive companion diagnostic test for personalised cancer care in Singapore. According to the official media release, FoundationOne CDx supports clinicians in their decision-making by providing a clear, in-depth report that describes the unique genomic profile of a patient’s tumour as well as associated,...
By Dean Koh November 12, 2018
Created in response to the challenge of wound management in the community care sector in Singapore, the CARES4WOUNDS wound management application was developed and pilot-tested with 25 patients at Ren Ci Hospital and Tetsuyu Healthcare since November 2017, with good initial results. The hospital is the first in the Intermediate and Long Care (ILTC) services sector to deploy such a 3D wound...
By Dave Muoio September 21, 2017
Singapore-based startup MyDoc has collected $5.2 million in Series A funding. The investment was primarily received from Aliso Viejo, California-based digital and IT services provider UST Global, with additional funds coming from venture capital firm Wavemaker Partners and others. The money will continue financing development of [email protected], the startup’s digital healthcare platform designed for...
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