AI-powered health assistant Your.MD now reaches 60% of the world’s population

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Your.MD, the company behind the AI-powered Health Assistant, has added two new international telemedicine partners to its OneStop Health platform to now provide a range of “Call a Doctor” services to over 60% of the world’s population across 42 countries.

New to join Your.MD’s personalized Artificial Intelligence (AI) recommendation solution for professional health products and services are Altibbi for users in the Middle East and Dr Insta for users across India. These services join Your.MD’s existing telemedicine partners, including Akira (Canada), Doctify (UK), GetDoc (Malaysia and Singapore), Dr Care Anywhere (multiple countries), Dr Morton’s (UK) for women’s health, MyPocketDoctor (Philippines) and Push Doctor (UK). In addition to telemedicine, Your.MD’s OneStop Health platform offers a host of other digital health services spanning core health categories to help its users get better and stay healthy: Condition Management, Diagnostics, Medication, Primary Care and Wellbeing.

“It has been our ambition from the very beginning to provide each person on Earth with access to personalized, trustworthy and actionable healthcare assistance — irrespective of their location or socio-economic status,” Matteo Berlucchi, Your.MD’s chief executive, said in a statement. “We’re delighted that our OneStop Health platform continues to attract best-in-class international partners that share our vision.”

Your.MD is a full-service health platform that enables users to discover what might be wrong with them, receive medically-certified guidance, and discover via OneStop Health the best services to use to help them get better, should they choose to take the next step — all via AI.

The Your.MD app has been holding the top Health and Fitness app in over 110 countries since its relaunch in November 2015. Your.MD’s AI-based pre-primary care service is available on the web, iOS and Android app and popular messenger platforms such as Facebook Messenger, Kik, Skype, Slack and Telegram.