He Health bags internet hospital license in China
The online platform offers services such as men’s health consultations.
He Health, a health service platform for men owned by China-based NASDAQ-listed LGBTQ platform BlueCity, has obtained an internet hospital license in China, the company announced in a press release.
With this, BlueCity can now offer a more complete set of health services from men's health consultations to advice on issues like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, HIV testing and prevention, as well as drug accessibility services.
This move also allows BlueCity to invite renowned doctors from relevant fields on to the platform to interact with clients, rather than relying on a whole host of third parties.
Since its launch in March 2019, He Health has promoted awareness of men's health and HIV prevention in China, and its services have gradually expanded from sexually transmitted diseases to the field of men's everyday wellbeing.
He Health will integrate Internet hospitals, offline chain pharmacies and drug batches, as well as health management platforms, focusing on HIV testing and prevention, sexual health, chronic disease management, and healthcare.
From inviting doctors to provide users with HIV prevention and consultation services, to deploying male sexual health solutions, He Health aims to break the geographical and service barriers to male privacy and health in China.