Indonesia’s #1 digital health platform, Alodokter has raised additional funding from MDI Ventures, and Samsung Ventures Investment Corporation. The company has raisedfunding since 2019, from investors such as Softbank Ventures, Sequis, Golden Gate Ventures, Philips, Heritas and Hera Capital.
“Alodokter has a proven track record of growing their comprehensive healthcare solution. All the innovations, from telemedicine to insurance, have been developed to cater to Indonesia's needs for accessible and affordable healthcare services. The funding from MDI will further extend the growth of health services through the potential collaboration with several BUMN entities in Indonesia,”said Donald Wihardja, CEO of MDI Ventures.
The latest funding will be used by Alodokterto expand and digitize the healthcare ecosystem and develop new products for its platform.
“The investment from MDI Ventures and Samsung Ventures will be directed to further improve Alodokter's ecosystem. We thank our existing investor MDI Ventures for their trust and welcome Samsung Ventures to take part in our journey. Key focus areas going forward include technology innovation, increasing the talent pool, and adding new features and functionalities,” said Nathanael Faibis, CEO and Founder of Alodokter.
The pandemic has especially given a big boost to telemedicine for both patients and healthcare providers. Being a digital platform, Alodokter has also benefitted from this boost. The company is consistently working to democratize healthcare access for Indonesian families.
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