Roundup: MSIG provides free access to the Hong Kong Intellect Mental Health app and

MSIG Hong Kong Mental Health App provides free limited time access to Intel

Mental Health Startup Intellect has partnered with MSIG Hong Kong, a member of the MS&AD Insurance Group, to provide corporate wellness support to insurance clients.

From July 4 to December 31, MSIG Hong Kong’s SME Group Medical Insurance policyholders and applicants will have free access to Intellect’s Mental Health App.

“Now, perhaps more than ever in Hong Kong, employers are paying more attention to the mental well-being of their people. The epidemic has started a new level of concern for many in Hong Kong, which is why it is so important that we, as a society, work to improve good mental health.” Philip Kent, CEO of MSIG Hong Kong, commented.

Intellect provides users with twenty-four hour access to one after another coaching, guided journals, rescue sessions and other services.

Introducing the MedleyMed Virtual Clinic model

Digital pharmacy platform Medley Medical Solutions (Medlimed) has launched its virtual clinic concept in India, transforming local pharmacies into digital clinics that facilitate online doctor consultation.

Known as the Anand e-Clinic, this kiosk format at the pharmacy allows patients to book appointments and manage doctor’s advice online through a digital platform.

Although the global epidemic has enabled digital healthcare services to be widely adopted, Medlimed notes that there are still people who enter nearby pharmacies to receive medications recommended by pharmacists. The company warned that the practice could be “horrible” because pharmacists lack the knowledge of registered doctors.

To address these concerns, MedleyMed is creating the Anand e-clinic ecosystem to make doctor’s advice more readily available to patients. According to founder Satish Manchala, their goal is to transform more than a thousand pharmacies across the country into virtual clinics in the next three years.

More than 50 pharmacies in Hyderabad, Telangana have so far signed up to implement the Anand e-Clinic concept.

“There is also an opportunity for local pharmacy stores to transform into a virtual clinic with minimal investment and benefit from incentives and customer base growth,” Mancha added.

RaphaCure has launched online healthcare for students, teachers

Indian digital health platform RaphaCure has launched a new online healthcare targeting the education sector.

Dubbed RaphaNeu, the latest service package offers unlimited access to online mental wellness counseling. It provides unlimited access to the Virtual Doctor’s advice for one year from the start of the subscription.

Through the service, users can track their health metrics such as Fitness Tracker, captured by Raffit.

In addition, the package offers home medicine delivery and comes with a discounted gym or spa membership, as well as annual doctor visits and dental check-ups.

With RaphaNeu, RaphaCure aims to reach more than 88.5 million students in more than 40,000 colleges and 900 universities in India.

Partner with GOQii SRL Diagnostics

India-based fitness technology company GOQii and pathology service provider SRL have signed a contract for the Diagnostics Disease and Lifestyle Management Program.

Under their partnership, SRL Diagnostics will be a diagnostic partner for all tests booked through the GOQii app, including the HbA1c test, which is part of the GOQii Diabetes Care program.

To this end, SRL Diagnostics will offer GOQii’s program for diabetics across its centers in India.

According to a recent report by GOQii, the number of people diagnosed with diabetes increased from 7.9% in 2017 to 13.2% in 2021.

“The goal of this collaboration is to improve the outcome of chronic disease through regular test discipline,” said Vishal Gondal, CEO and founder of GOQii.

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