Ping An Good Doctor launches "Private Doctor" online healthcare service

Ping An Healthcare and Technology Company on Tuesday announced the launch of its "Ping An Good Doctor - Private Doctor" product, which aims to provide the "middle class with innovative Internet-based healthcare solutions." The company noted that the signing amount for the service exceeded CNY 300 million ($42.6 million) on the first day. 

Wang Tao, CEO of Ping An Good Doctor, remarked that by offering "excellent, professional, efficient, manageable and protectable private doctor services, we can provide users with all-round and high-quality medical and healthcare services, realise the target to serve hundreds of thousands of families, and start a new era of 'Internet + healthcare' private doctor."

According to the company, through the Private Doctor service mode, Ping An Good Doctor "allows all-dimension interaction between doctors and users, so that the doctors can track, in the long run, the user's health status." Further, it said that by partnering with private physicians as well as physicians from leading hospitals, Private Doctor provides users with online consultations, day-to-day health management, clinical reservations, round-the-clock nursing, medicine deliveries and related insurance services. 

Ping An Good Doctor said it has entered into collaborations with 800 domestic Grade III A hospitals, 1000 physicians based outside of China, and "the world's top 10 hospitals to ensure handy, accurate medical service to users across the globe." The company has also cooperated with nearly 2000 laboratories and test centres to provide users "with E-health files and year-round tailored health management service to boost one-stop service."

Ping An Good Doctor further noted that it is partnering with 29 "industry giants" that operate in various business sectors, adding that users of these partners will in the future have access to Private Doctor's "all-round high-quality and one-stop medical and healthcare service."   

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