11 May 2020 | News
BookDoc and WeDoctor will explore partnerships in medical tourism
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Since the beginning of the outbreak of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia, BookDoc has been working tireless with Ministry of Health, Malaysia to halt coronavirus contagion via its COVID-19 digital mobile platform by offering free virtual health advisory to the public, enable them to order COVID-19 screening test, access to the latest COVID-19 news & updates and uberisation of healthcare via webinar.
With governments scramble to deal with rising cases of COVID-19 and The World Health Organization called on the region to scale up aggressive measures to prevent wider transmission, BookDoc has joined hands with WeDoctor, one of China's biggest, and the world leading technology-enabled healthcare company to introduce the Global Consultation and Prevention Center (GCPC) which supports English-Chinese bilingual languages, brings together medical resources from home and abroad, and offering 24/7 real-time online medical services to fight the lethal invisible attacker.
BookDoc and WeDoctor will explore partnerships in medical tourism and devise strategies to gain competitive advantage to reach out to medical tourists from around the globe.
The two companies will also leverage on their technology, knowhow and local knowledge to expand borderless healthcare.