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Vietnam-based startup AiHealth gets funds from local, foreign investors

Vietnam-based startup AiHealth gets funds from local, foreign investors

Tuesday, June 15, 2021, 12:07 GMT+7
Vietnam-based startup AiHealth gets funds from local, foreign investors
This screenshot illustrates AiHealth, a medical technology platform that helps people connect with their personal doctors.

Local medtech platform AiHealth, a startup that helps find personal doctors, book appointments, and buy medication online has announced its successful call for investment from investors at home and abroad.

AiHealth on June 10 said it had managed to raise funds, details of which have yet to be publicized, from TNBA Vietnam Scout and some other investors in Southeast Asia.

Established in 2020, AiHealth is a medical technology solution that applies artificial intelligence to building a full lifetime health database for each user, connecting every person with their own doctors as well as supporting alerts.

AiHealth helps its users monitor their general health, proactively detect diseases, make diagnosis, and take care of themselves.

To date, the Aihealth platform has established its connection with 48 provinces and cities with a network of 1,437 doctors, 438 nurses and 672 hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, and testing centers.

Through such connections, AiHealth helps people find their own doctors by exchanging text messages, phone calls, and video calls.

AiHealth users may buy medicine online and receive pills at home from Ahamove delivery services, while making payment through e-wallets, such as Payme and Momo, and Payoo payment gateways.

AiHealth databases, designed with HL7 standards, can connect through Application Programming Interface (API) with all management applications at hospitals, testing facilities, and diagnostic imaging centers.

The platform ensures the security for personal records of every user with its three-layer data security system.

Charles Wong, founding member and CEO of Singapore-based TNB Aura, the parent company of TNBA Vietnam Scout, said he sees a wide market for AiHealth and highly appreciates the difference it makes in Vietnam's healthcare sector while the world is looking for solutions to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wong said he will support AiHealth to connect with leading medical technology solutions in Southeast Asia to improve its services in Vietnam.

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Vinh Tho / Tuoi Tre News

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