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Redefining the insurance game

The AXA Group on MyDoc
MyDoc has partnered with AXA Insurance in Singapore to provide digital health services to their policy holders. This includes 24hr video and message consultations with doctors, as well as an online prescription service. The service is completely cashless and non-intrusive to policyholders, who no longer have to file claims after seeing a doctor.
This is a significant leap forward in the process of providing healthcare coverage in Singapore. Using advanced data tracking, AXA and MyDoc can manage the healthcare claims efficiently and quicker than ever before, while still maintaining the patient’s privacy and protecting their health data.
Manage your health wherever you are
Patient-first healthcare
By focusing on greater patient engagement and smoother experience, AXA is able to differentiate their service for consumers as well as streamline their workflow since all their data is tracked easily using the MyDoc system.
Patients benefit from the cashless system and easy access to high quality medical care whenever and wherever they need it. Using MyDoc also save them time and effort, by eliminating the need to travel to clinics and hospitals and wait in long queues.
Moving forward
Together with great partners like AXA, MyDoc is looking to further redefine the healthcare insurance landscape and bring efficiency and cost savings into the market. This will directly lead to more profitable policies for insurers while ensuring that this does not impact the patients.
With the preliminary results already showing high engagement rates from patients, MyDoc is expanding their service throughout Asia. The next phase of healthcare is just around the corner.

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