Indonesia's telehealth platform Halodoc bags $80m in funding
The funds will be used to deepen its penetration in key healthcare verticals in Indonesia.
Indonesia-based healthtech platform Halodoc has clinched $80m in a Series C funding round, led by PT Astra International subsidiary PT Astra Digital Internasional, fellow investor Novo Holdings announced in a press release.
It is also joined by existing and new investors including Novo Holdings, Temasek, Telkomsel's TMI, Acrew Diversify Capital Fund, Bangkok Bank, UOB Venture Management, Singtel Innov8, BliBli, Allianz X, and Openspace Ventures.
The funds will be used to deepen Halodoc's penetration in key healthcare verticals across Indonesia, aiming to improve patient experiences with technology-based solutions for the country's most pressing healthcare problems.
Founded in 2016, Halodoc is a digital healthcare platform that includes a mobile app and website allowing customers across Indonesia to have live consultations with more than 20,000 licensed doctors in the country at any time.
In 2020, the company launched an appointment service that connects over 2000 healthcare providers—ranging from hospitals, clinics, laboratories—to patients in over 180 cities across the country.