Existing and new investors include SeaX, XA Network and SGInnovate, healthcare industry veterans Yoh-Chie Lu and Jean-Luc Butel, and Silicon Valley notable Steve Blank.
Following accelerated demand from large hospital and healthcare organizations during COVID-19, the funding will be used to help accelerate the company’s growth within the Asia Pacific region through partnerships with public and private hospitals and clinics. Partners today include the National University Health System, National University Cancer Institute Singapore, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Changi General Hospital, Singapore General Hospital, Parkway Radiology, and the National Kidney Transplant Institute.
The Company also plans to use the funding to accelerate its platform expansion into Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and India to support both doctors in large hospitals and smaller GP or primary care clinics doctors with instant access to the clinical information they need.
Last year, Bot MD rapidly grew its user base in Singapore from 20 doctors in January 2020 to over 5,200 clinical users across hospitals such as the National University Health System, National University Cancer Institute Singapore, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Changi General Hospital and the Singapore General Hospital. In January this year, the company launched a pilot with Parkway Radiology to enable its affiliate network doctors to use the Bot MD A.I. Assistant platform for clinical ordering and scheduling of radiology exams, as well as to immediately view patient radiology reports and scans through seamless integration with Parkway’s existing systems.
The company will also expand its design and engineering teams to develop new clinical applications and integrations for its innovative platform. These will include delivering chronic disease monitoring, patient reports and clinical alerts through Bot MD, as well as powering consumer messaging applications to empower doctors to deliver patient care.
Bot MD is an A.I. clinical assistant for Doctors. The A.I. can be trained on hospital specific content to provide doctors with instant answers to their clinical questions. The platform allows hospitals and healthcare organisations to integrate their EMR and hospital information systems for instant search with zero development time. Bot MD’s proprietary Natural Language Processing technology has been used by over 13,000 doctors globally. Partners include the National University Health System, National Cancer Institute Singapore, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Changi General Hospital, Singapore General Hospital, Parkway Radiology, National Kidney Transplant Institute and other leading hospital and healthcare organizations around the world.