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Digital healthcare company HitchMed announced on the 18th that it has completely revamped and launched its overseas travel medical care service ‘Easydoc’.
EasyDoc is a service that helps Koreans search for and make reservations for nearby hospitals when they are sick abroad. Through the app and the web, you can safely and easily apply for everything from health consultation, translation of symptoms, finding a hospital to making a reservation. It can be completed. In addition, in order to provide stable services, a business partnership agreement was signed with five branches of Cleannovation Tokyo Business Clinic, a Japanese medical corporation, and Minowa Ekimae Clinic last June.
Through this EasyDoc reorganization, HitchMed has intuitively organized its services and strengthened various new services such as △health consultations △emergency medical cards that can translate your health information into multiple languages in case of an emergency △hospital reservations in Japan/Vietnam.
In particular, the hospital reservation service country was expanded from Japan to Vietnam, and hospital information and reservation functions that Koreans can visit when traveling to Vietnam were strengthened.
In addition, through the newly added 'Health Consultation' by professional medical staff, users can receive health consultations before and after traveling abroad, and through the emergency medical card that translates their health information into multiple languages, users can receive treatment at overseas hospitals without language difficulties. You can receive
“Easydoc, an overseas travel medical care service, aims to provide safe and prompt medical services to Korean travelers going abroad,” said Park So-hyun and Yoo Ji-sang, CEOs of Hitchmed. “We will continue to cooperate with more countries and hospitals and travelers.” “We will continue to develop the Easydoc service through insurance,” he said.
Source: StartupN (https://www.startupn.kr)
Original article: https://www.startupn.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=41941