Alodokter wants personalised healthcare on tap

The Indonesian healthcare startup recently got a US$9 million Series B funding for expansion.

Alodokter wants to be more than just Indonesia’s leading healthcare information website. With the US$9 million investment that it clinched earlier this month, it can ramp up to its goal of becoming Indonesians’ one-stop healthcare app. Founded in 2014 by its CEO Nathanael Faibis, Alodokter publishes information about common ailments, diseases, drugs and general well-being in Bahasa Indonesia. Registered users can ask questions on its website or via its AI-supported chat app, which are then answered by Alodokter’s team of doctors. The startup wants to develop its app into a on...
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