Borderless Healthcare Group partners with Thailand’s largest GP group, Mithmitree Medical Group, and a global network of specialists to launch immersive health cloud platform, “Borderless.clinic”, during Covid-19 pandemic

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Borderless Healthcare Group unites global and local medical doctors to activate immersive health cloud services via the Borderless.clinic platform in different venues such as the home, office, hotel and the community.

Immersive health cloud services offered via the Borderless.clinic platform goes beyond the mobile health experience. The enablement of a big screen TV with a multi-lingual video concierge support allows a state-of-the-art hospital-like experience without going to the hospital or risking Covid-19 cross-infection during transportation or queuing process. Although Borderless.clinic is not designed to replace the function of a hospital, the adoption of such platform where multiple health professionals can interact with one consumer to design the best treatment or management plan can reduce a lot of unnecessary risks, time and expenses.

 As the capacity and function of hospitals are limited by the impact of Covid-19, many consumers already prefer to have non-emergency cases managed in other non-hospital environments such as the clinic, home, hotel or office using immersive cloud services before deciding on the need to go to the hospital. At Borderless.clinic, all the telehealth services are supported by multilingual case managers. In addition to the selected doctors, family members, the patient’s own doctors and even caregivers can partake in the video call as well.

Borderless.clinic, with the support of Mithmitree Medical Group (MMT), is expected to transform the existing practice of home health, corporate health, travel health and community health by democratising specialists’ knowledge into premises outside the hospital and make the delivery of healthcare more agile and responsive with more than 70 GP clinics throughout Thailand.

“We look forward to leverage the Borderless.clinic platform to service clients beyond the reach of our clinics and we hope that this unique combination of online-to-offline health can help us scale larger and faster throughout Thailand,” says Mr Worasak Manit, CEO of MMT.

“With the opening up of Thailand to inbound travellers, we hope the doctors in Thailand can export their services into the overseas homes of Thai nationals as well as the homes of international clients who are interested to visit Thailand. This new model of service will complement the medical tourism infrastructure in the pre-arrival triage of inbound medical travellers and even help to create a new hospitality ‘plus’ economy which converges health, technology and tourism in Thailand”, says Dr Wei Siang Yu, Chairman and Founder of Borderless Healthcare Group.