Insurance’s mobile healthcare application developer has raised US$500 for an online platform that connects users and doctors.
The insurer’s subsidiary, Ping An
Health Cloud, has completed its latest funding round for mobile healthcare app Ping An
Haoyishen, increasing the company’s value to US$3 billion, DealStreet Asia
App creator Wang Tao said the proceeds will be used to enhance online consulting services such as online appointment booking, chronic illness management, medicine delivery and recruitment of doctors, according to the report.
The funding will also be used to help the government set up healthcare clouds to maintain files on local citizens and make an incubation fund to invest in healthcare-related firms.
Founded in August 2014, Ping An
Haoyisheng is an online platform that enables users to consult with doctors through text, photos and video.
The app also operates an online store for healthcare products and offers pharmaceutical online-to-offline service.
According to DealStreet Asia
, the app claims to have 77 million registered users and gives 250,000 peak daily consultations.