Alodokter in the Effort to Become All-In-One Health Solution
Currently has 20 million active users
Alodokter, one of Indonesian health-tech, keeps making significant progress. They're currently has 20 million active users throughout Indonesia. In addition, they also actively collaborate with related parties on improving and completing the services.
Alodokter is currently has some features, such as "Chat Bersama Dokter", the one that allows patient to have consultation through chat. They can also choose the doctor, from general practitioner and medical specialist in order to get the accurate answer of the symptoms.
There's also an "Artikel dan Video" feature. It aims to provide accurate information with simple explanation for illness prevention.
When the user wants direct meeting with the doctor, Alodokter also provide "Booking" feature. It allows user to book/request meeting with 20,000 doctors in 500 hospitals listed in the syatem. They also partner with AXA insurance for any kind of low-rate insurance for those in need for medical cost solution.
One of the latest collaboration between Alodokter and Century is to facilitate customers for pharmaceutical needs.
"As a health-tech platform accessible to more than 20 million active users every month, it's Alodokter vision to become the platform that provides complete solution and health support for Indonesia's modern family. In accomplishing the vision, we partner with reliable brands to complete Alodokter services, Century is one of them," Suci Arumsari, Alodokter's Co-Founder said.
His intention through this partnership is for Alodokter to facilitate easy access and benefits for users in need of medical and daily care.
"Century is confident through the collaboration with Alodokter Innovation, we can provide the best service for customer's health thoroughly. Through this collaboration, our membership is accessible via Alodokter and our customers can also use the features in Alodokter app," Oki Iqbal as Century's Group Head Business Development said.
– Original article is in Indonesian, translated by Kristin Siagian