MyDoc recognised as leader amongst Singapore digital healthcare providers

SINGAPORE, 2 March 2020 – MyDoc, a Singapore based digital healthcare company, has recently been named 2020 Singapore Telehealth Company of the Year by Frost & Sullivan.

Founded in 2012, MyDoc is leveraging technology to create an integrated and comprehensive online-offline ecosystem for healthcare. Through strategic partnerships with various stakeholders across the industry, MyDoc is removing the inefficiencies in the current healthcare system, with the aim to make healthcare more accessible to everyone.

Dr Snehal Patel, CEO and co-Founder of MyDoc, said, “It is an enormous honour to be evaluated as a leader in this space by Frost and Sullivan, a consultancy that has such deep expertise in healthcare. We profoundly appreciate the recognition of our team’s hard work in setting the standard for quality digital health in Singapore, and more broadly across Southeast Asia.”

“With a strong pipeline of innovation, we are determined to blaze a path forward in the coming years. We are committed to help set in place a model that will make sustainable, accountable and value-based care a reality for millions,” he continued.

“MyDoc displays exemplary leadership and addresses unmet needs in the Singapore telehealth industry by digitalising healthcare through its telehealth platform. Its strong regional presence in eight countries, i.e., Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Thailand, India and the Philippines, has gained MyDoc the trust of renowned healthcare participants, including global insurers, leading regional pharmacy chains, and technology players,” said Aliya Zulkafli, Research Associate for Best Practices, Frost & Sullivan.

“Having pioneered numerous Asian telehealth partnerships, coupled with its unique value proposition of empowering employers, insurers, and providers to improve the quality of care at a lower cost, MyDoc has been at the forefront in furthering its growth in Singapore telehealth,” she added.

The recipients of the annual Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific Best Practices Awards were identified based on in-depth research conducted by Frost & Sullivan’s analysts. The award categories offered each year are carefully reviewed and evaluated to reflect the current market landscape and include new emerging trends. The short-listed companies were evaluated on a variety of actual market performance indicators, which include revenue growth, market share and growth in market share, leadership in product innovation, marketing strategy and business development strategy.

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