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Malaysia-based Carepool Asia launches affordable digital health packages

Carepool Asia aims to provide multi-disciplinary telehealth with unlimited online appointments based on the total of subscribed users through a flexible monthly subscription scheme

CAREPOOL ASIA, a comprehensive digital health SaaS-based platform, has launched its new, affordable digital health packages, the first telehealth platform that offers unlimited consultation services via a monthly subscription fee, as low as RM170 per month for the initial two users, with additional users can be added on-demand. 

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Carepool Asia aims to provide multi-disciplinary telehealth with unlimited online appointments based on the total of subscribed users through a flexible monthly subscription scheme. A digital medical consultation platform that provides better healthcare services via phone and video calls with our highly experienced GP doctors, dietitian’ or mental health experts. The team consists of accredited, highly experienced, and passionate medical/health consultants. Users can access and manage healthcare services, personal medical consultation, and conduct an online professional triage before their teleconsultations.

“Carepool Asia aims to provide an affordable, flexible, and convenient SaaS-based multi-disciplinary telehealth. While anyone can sign up as a free member, our current target customers are families and companies that are searching for telehealth solution for their employees or their loved ones especially during this crucial time,” says Alex Lee, the CEO/Founder of Carepool Asia.

Carepool Asia team consists of GP doctors, dietitians, and mental health consultants. Hence, Carepool Asia telehealth does not focus only on physical health, but also provides mental health and dietician services.

Sitra Panirsheeluam, an experienced behavioural psychologist, who is also a partner consultant in Carepool Asia, believes that telehealth can be more effective consulting patients at the comfort of their homes.

Dr Foo Ching Choon, an experienced GP doctor of Carepool Asia, believes that telehealth can reduce the pressure of the medical health system and health workers’ exposure to the coronavirus on-site. “By engaging Carepool Asia, it is also convenient, saves time, yet maintains the quality, safety and assurance by a team of experienced medical practitioners.”

“Telehealth makes dietitian’s consultation easily accessible, and now you can receive the same expert-level, personalised nutrition advice from us at the comfort of your homes,” says Ng Kar Foo, a professional dietitian consultant partner in Carepool Asia.

 

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