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By Dean Koh 05:05 am July 28, 2020
Life insurance company Prudential and healthcare software company PAI Health announced that PAI Health's science-backed activity metric for heart health, known as Personal Activity Intelligence, will be featured in the Pulse by Prudential (Pulse) digital health app. PAI Health services will be available to Pulse users across 11 markets in Asia. PAI adds to a growing suite of services on Pulse,...
By Dean Koh 02:46 am August 5, 2019
Hong-Kong headquartered life insurance company Prudential announced that it will partner with telemedicine provider MyDoc to offer consumers access to value-added health services on their mobile phones, including doctor consultations, electronic prescriptions and electronic medical certificates. MyDoc's services will be integrated into Pulse by Prudential, the first app of its kind in the region...

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By Dean Koh 05:17 am July 26, 2019
Indonesia-based healthtech platform Halodoc announced that it has secured additional funding from strategic investors including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Allianz X and Prudential. Allianz and Prudential provide insurance services in Indonesia and are users of Halodoc's services. The funds will be used to further Halodoc's commitment to simplify healthcare through technology in...

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By Dean Koh 11:57 pm June 24, 2019
Hong-Kong headquartered life insurance company Prudential announced that it has entered into a regional agreement with HælthTech, a specialist provider of technology solutions and operating platforms for insurers. Under the agreement, Prudential will integrate HælthTech’s OMNI cloud-computing technology into PRUWorks by Prudential, a one-stop platform that offers small and medium-sized...
By Jonah Comstock 10:36 am August 13, 2015
In Teladoc's first earnings call as a publicly traded company, CEO Jason Gorevic and CFO Mark Hirschhorn reported positive earnings figures, were upfront about the costs of ongoing lawsuits, and even talked a little about future plans. The telemedicine company made $18.3 million in the second quarter, an increase of 78 percent from Q2 2014. Subscription fees, paid to Teladoc by employee and...