online consultations

By Dean Koh 09:03 pm November 19, 2020
Eu Yan Sang, a Singapore-headquartered private Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and wellness company, has partnered with MyDoc, a B2B digital healthcare company also based in Singapore, to bring consultations online. WHAT’S IT ABOUT Under the partnership, Eu Yan Sang physicians will be able to use MyDoc’s platform to easily communicate with their patients without being restricted to their...
By Dave Muoio 01:54 pm May 9, 2018
WeDoctor, an online healthcare services company serving the Chinese market and backed by Tencent Holdings, has raised $500 million from investors in a private share sale that places its value at $5.5 billion, according to reporting from Financial Times, Reuters, and others. The round was led by medical insurance company AIA Group and NWS Holdings, with additional participation from other unnamed...
By Brian Dolan 09:59 am March 10, 2010
Some 35,000 patients in Buffalo, NY with BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York plans will soon have 24 hour access to their physicians via web cams, phone or secure text messages, according to the healthcare insurance provider. BCBS is working with American Well for some of the technology and integrating with Microsoft's HealthVault personal health platform to better connect patients and...