• Indonesia’s 1st online health application secures $13M funding


    Jakarta: HaloDoc, Indonesia’s first online health application, has secured $13 million in Series A funding for further development of its program, the company announced. The company, which was formed in Jakarta in April, provides a platform that links doctors, patients and participating pharmacies online through smartphones. The system currently has about 18,600 participating doctors, 1,000 pharmacies and 10,000 patient-users, the company said. “This investment round helps us further build our engineering resource and develop a product suitable for mass adoption to deliver on these goals,” to provide access to medical professionals anywhere in Indonesia, HaloDoc’s founder and CEO, Jonathan Sudharta said in a statement.


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