It's joint venture with UST Global will tacke employee health at the latter's centres across India.
Healthtech platform MyDoc has teamed up with IT service provider UST Global to form a joint venture (JV) in a bid to address the rising cost of employee healthcare in India, an announcement revealed.
The MyDoc-UST Global JV will tackle employee health, starting with over 14,000 employees at UST Global’s centres throughout India.
“Companies face mounting costs threatening to hurt corporate profits and employee well-being. We must shift away from a supply-driven health care system organized around what clinicians do, toward a patient-centric system organized around individual patient needs,” Snehal Patel, CEO and co-founder of MyDoc, said in a statement
The MyDoc-UST Global JV has established direct partnerships with healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, and diagnostic laboratories to launch the MyDoc value-based digital managed care model in Bangalore. The company will deliver healthcare services to employees of banking and technology multinational corporations (MNCs).
In September 2017, UST Global made a strategic investment in MyDoc to expand its digital offerings in healthcare. The investment funded MyDoc’s ongoing initiative to drive population-wide digital health programmes, including disease management and health data tracking.
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