08 June 2021 | News
Raises capital from MDI Ventures and Samsung Ventures to grow the ecosystem
Photo Credit: Alodokter
Alodokter, the digital health platform in Indonesia, has raised additional funding from MDI Ventures, a subsidiary of Telkom group and Samsung Ventures Investment Corporation (Samsung Ventures).
Alodokter has successfully raised significant funding since 2019, from investors such as Softbank Ventures, Sequis, Golden Gate Ventures, Philips, Heritas and Hera Capital. Alodokter will use the funding to continually expand and digitize the healthcare ecosystem as well as develop new products for Alodokter's platform.
Through its subsidiaries, Telkom Group has a mission to support innovation and continues to be committed in providing solutions to millions of people in Indonesia. MDI has invested in more than 50 startups in Indonesia and globally with a focus on investing in the fields of Healthtech, Fintech, Agritech, Logistics, New Retail and Deep tech.
Donald Wihardja, CEO MDI Ventures said, "Alodokter has a proven track record of growing their comprehensive healthcare solution. All the innovations, from telemedicine to insurance, have been developed to cater to Indonesia's needs for accessible and affordable healthcare services. The funding from MDI will further extend the growth of health services through the potential collaboration with several BUMN entities in Indonesia.
"With the increasing demand for the use of health services, this follow-on funding aligns Telkom's mission to increase innovative products within the SOE environment" explained Director of Enterprise & Business Service Telkom Group, Edi Witjara.
This funding goes a long way in fulfilling Alodokter's mission to develop integrated digital-based healthcare in Indonesia. The Alodokter platform is currently connected to more than 43,000 doctors and 1,500 hospitals & clinics with millions of patients in Indonesia.
Through its platform, Alodokter provides all-encompassing digital health services that include reliable health content, access to general practitioners and specialists (telemedicine), online booking of doctor's appointments at hospitals, medicine purchase through e-pharmacy and affordable insurance packages.