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Prudential Collaborates with MyanCare to Enhance Healthcare Access

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The ‘PRUCare’ Program

Prudential Corporation Asia’s wholly-owned business unit, Prudential Myanmar has recently announced its collaboration with MyanCare, a Yangon-based telemedicine company. This collaboration helps in improving healthcare access for people across Myanmar. Prudential Myanmar will provide complimentary healthcare consultation to 5000 families in Myanmar through the PRUCare program. The consultation will be facilitated through the MyanCare mobile application for one year and the program will proceed in phases this year.

Whenever the need arises to consult with any of the general practitioners listed in the MyanCare app, the 5000 users can easily set up an appointment for themselves and their family members. Prudential Myanmar will cover all the service fees related to consultations booked and conducted on the MyanCare app. Launched in 2018, the app has about 5000 users in 34 towns and cities in 11 states and regions.

Encouraging People to Seek Medical Help

“This is our first significant milestone that supports our vision of helping people in Myanmar protect their health and grow their wealth and underscores our “We DO Care” spirit. While the current program with MyanCare will cater to 5000 families, we aim to extend this initiative to more families across the country in the years to come. We are excited to partner with MyanCare and are looking forward to launching many more innovative offerings jointly,” said Asit Rath, CEO of Prudential Myanmar.

“MyanCare is proud to collaborate with Prudential to extend the use of our mobile application to more people across Myanmar. As many people in Myanmar live far away from adequate healthcare services, they hesitate to meet with the doctors due to financial, transportation and team factors, while many general practitioners who receive fewer patients visit face limitations in providing healthcare services. We are trying to change this together with Prudential Myanmar by encouraging people to seek medical help with the use of MyanCare,” said U Zaw Min Tun, CEO of MyanCare.

Prudential Looking to Expand its Reach in APAC Region

Prudential has been looking to expand its reach in the APAC region by working with telemedicine/telehealth companies. Last year, Prudential partnered with MyDoc, a Singapore based telemedicine provider. In the same year, it also signed a regional agreement with HealthTech in Asia. Prudential will integrate HealthTech’s OMNI cloud- computing technology with PRUWorks by Prudential which offers a range of insurance products, employee benefits, and business services to the SME’s.

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