As one of the largest tech hubs in Southeast Asia, the Singapore tech scene is filled with industry experts and resourceful startups that are modernizing the country. In the healthtech space, Singapore is heavily investing in new initiatives to care for its aging population and counteract its health worker shortage. Below, we take a look at innovative healthtech companies operating in Singapore that are reshaping healthcare.
Top Healthcare Companies in Singapore
- Doctor Anywhere
Healthcare Companies in Singapore to Know
Kinexcs develops wearable devices that aid in mobility and improve quality of life. The company then pairs its devices with an AI platform that, according to the company, helps accelerate patient recovery. Kinexcs says its devices collect data used by the patient’s doctors and therapists to modify the treatment plan.
With a presence across Southeast Asia, Doctor Anywhere is a Singapore-based healthtech company that helps users find healthcare providers and manage their medical treatments. The company was also named one of the fastest growing companies in Singapore. Doctor Anywhere serves more than 2.5 million people across Asia, according to the company.
DocDoc uses artificial intelligence (AI) to match patients with relevant doctors based on their medical needs and calls itself the “world’s first patient intelligence company.” The company prides itself on prioritizing patient care by using its AI algorithms and proprietary data to optimize treatment outcomes and lower healthcare costs.
Holmusk offers digital products and a research portal for behavioral health treatment. It currently has two products, the HolCare EHR+, which provides electronic health records, and the NeuroBlu, a tool that enables researchers to access medical data. HolMusk is headquartered in Singapore and also has an office in New York City.
Homage focuses on senior care. Through its app and website, users can request on-demand assistance, such as home care, home nursing and home therapy for seniors and older adults. The company says it has over 15,000 care professionals operating in Singapore, Malaysia and Australia.