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RHB Insurance Holders To Access Healthcare Professionals Through 'BookDoc'
Last update: 18/09/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 (Bernama) -- For RHB Insurance Berhad medical policy holders, a mobile healthcare application has been launched†to enable customers to search for panel clinics and book medical appointments, making easy and accessible†healthcare.

In collaboration with healthcare online application platform, BookDoc, RHB Insurance has become the country's first general insurance company to offer the wellness incentive programme to its customers via 'RHB Insurance Live Activ Programme'.

Through BookDoc, RHB Insurance customers will be able to adopt a healthy lifestyle and gain access to medical panels in the platform across 12 countries.

BookDoc Founder and CEO Datuk Chevy Beh in his speech during the signing ceremony between BookDoc and RHB, here today, said healthcare services for RHB customers through the application is one-step closer to providing†easy access healthcare through a mobile platform programme.

"We have about 50 reward partners in Malaysia and regionally, while half a million BookDoc subscribers," he said.

"We started off by bringing health services online to enable people to search for healthcare professionals, book transportation and accommodation, and we hope to†expand into other services too," he added.

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