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How Can We Use Tech to Build Better, More Accessible Healthcare?

Dr Tiffanie Ong, Chief Product Officer, Naluri Life

07-Apr-23 12:00

How Can We Use Tech to Build Better, More Accessible Healthcare?

With the rapid growth of technology and how curious humans are to integrate it with every little thing we come in contact with, we have witnessed some amazing inventions and powerful technology so far. And that's including the robot that brings food to your table at the mamak shops.

More importantly, tech has been integrated into key areas such as financial services, education, and healthcare, making them more accessible. In conjunction with World Health Day we’re going to focus on one of those areas today - healthcare.

It should come as no surprise that Covid-19 was a big catalyst for digital healthcare adoption in Asia. According to consulting firm Bain & Co, with the pandemic keeping patients at home, telemedicine app usage soared and looks to have stayed that way.

In conjunction with World Health Day, today Enterprise explores the world of digital healthcare here in Malaysia, with joining us today is Dr Tiffanie Ong, Chief Product Officer, at Naluri Life. Naluri is an integrated digital care solution that combines support for physical and mental health, all in one place.

Produced by: Roshan Kanesan

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan, Lily Chai


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