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Healthcare startup Docquity expands digitised patient access programmes to Thailand

08 November 2023 | News

After a successful pilot in the Philippines, five DocquityCare Patient Access Programmes have been launched in Thailand

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Singapore-based startup Docquity has announced the expansion of DocquityCare Patient Access Programme (PAP), its digitised patient access programme, to Thailand. Docquity has introduced five PAPs in the country, supporting over 100 enrolled hospitals and 250 authorised healthcare professionals (HCPs) to improve patient care for those with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

Docquity has more than 400,000 HCPs on the platform and offices in IndiaIndonesiathe PhilippinesMalaysiaSingaporeThailandVietnam, and Taiwan region. 

DocquityCare PAP digitises and transforms the entire PAP process, connecting pharmaceutical partners, hospitals, HCPs, and patients seamlessly through one platform.

Since its pilot in 2021, DocquityCare PAP has empowered more than 350 doctors from 150 hospitals in the Philippines to support over 1,000 cancer patients with more accessible medication. This has delivered more than $1 million in total patient savings in the Philippines.

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