A ONE-STOP INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE PLATFORM FOR THE LESS PRIVILEGED: FROM HEALTH DIAGNOSIS TO INSURANCE
In most instances in developing nations, the only way for less privileged people to figure out whether they will be sick is when they get sick. They have no access to preventive health diagnosis, access to medical treatment they require, nor do they have insurance to cover the costs of treatment.
Although there is an increasing number of trials to improve healthcare coverage, we still do not have a one-stop platform for less privileged people to understand the risk, or available insurance options according to their health diagnosis on a business basis. Neither do insurance companies have sufficient information on those in need of insurance in this particular segment. Could we build a one-stop, integrated platform for less privileged people in developing nations to understand the health risk, and become aware of available insurance options depending on their health risk? This platform could enable insurance companies to get access to much-needed data to provide insurance services to this particular segment.
PARTNERS WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Do you have technology that analyzes health risks, or insurance knowledge that could assess the degree of risks or coverage? Or do you have a platform business that connects patients and insurance companies? If you do, please get in touch with us so that we can have further conversations.
We are part of DBIC Accelerator Program and are looking for a partner who can jointly conduct a small market test to validate our idea in Singapore or Southeast Asia in August and September 2018. Our demo day is in October 2018.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday 31 July 2018. Please use below form to express your interest. We will be in touch with you to take our conversations forward if your solution suits our needs.
Konica Minolta, Inc.
Since its establishment in 1873, Konica Minolta has been expanding its business in various fields including office equipment, optical systems for industrial use, and diagnostic imaging system. Konica Minolta has global operations in 50 countries. Sales of $8.7 billion with approximately 44,000 employees. For more information, please visit: