Good Doctor Technology Thailand (GDTT), the subsidiary company of regional digital healthcare service provider Good Doctor Technology has recently announced its intention to strengthen its partnerships across the country’s healthcare ecosystem.
By further deepening relationships with like-mind healthcare industry players and supporting knowledge-building initiatives about telemedicine usage beyond a public health crisis, GDTT aims to champion digital-first approaches to address underlying accessibility gaps in primary healthcare services which still exist in the country.
Within the first year of launching operations in Thailand, the company successfully built its first physical clinic in Thailand, located at the heart of Bangkok city with an in-house medical team to conduct provide care for patients online and offline. Over the year, the size of the operations has grown by 400%, and the network of pharmacies across the country has reached more than 350 merchants across 40 provinces, with aims to further expand the network by doubling the number of new merchants in 2022.
This rapid operational scale-up enabled the clinic to guarantee that patients can connect with doctors for a teleconsultation within 60 seconds without any prior appointment booking requirements and receive a diagnosis and recommended treatment plan within 15 minutes. With these capabilities in place, GDTT has already grown its corporate member base by 270 times.
In 2022, the company intends to explore other avenues of telemedicine use in the long term, beyond COVID-19 patient management. Beyond government relationships, GDTT also plans to ramp up on corporate partnerships to support more companies with their overall organizational health management.
(Source: Good Doctor Technology Thailand)