It will initially target the Hainan province as a pilot.
Aurora Tele-Oncology and UMP Healthcare’s telemedicine center Hainan UMP Internet Hospital are collaborating to roll out a cross-border, virtual oncology telemedicine services to cancer patients in China, according to a press release.
Supported by a panel of Hong Kong oncology experts, the collaboration will initially target the Hainan province as a pilot, with plans to expand further to the rest of Mainland China.
Established in July 2020, Aurora Tele-Oncology developed an oncology-specific technology platform to provide virtual telemedicine services by connecting cancer patients and doctors worldwide.
In support of this partnership, UMP has made a strategic investment in Aurora Tele-Oncology to further strengthen the collaboration and support future development of the oncology telemedicine services platform.
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