Ukrainian telemedicine service Doctor Online was acquired by the American company LeoMed Inc: details

The well-known telemedicine service application Doctor Online and the recently launched LeoDoc project are united under one business structure, the American company LeoMed Inc.

According to the service team, such an association has two goals — local and global. The main local goal is to strengthen the Ukrainian telemedicine market with the ultimate goal of consolidating the leading position among similar products in the domestic market.

Among the global goals is to combine the best solutions of both products and significantly expand the regions of presence.

In 2022, we plan to introduce a new common product with unique software solutions and enter the US, EU and the Persian Gulf markets, where telemedicine is developing very actively. For this we have both technical expertise and marketing capabilities
commented the creator of Doctor Online Nick Kysel who will lead the new project after the organization

About Doctor Online

Doctor Online was launched at the end of 2019. The app can be downloaded in 157 countries. Since the launch of the application, over 850,000 users have received more than 135,000 consultations, 93% of which were in chat mode. The main countries of presence are Ukraine, Poland and the USA.

What is known about LeoDoc?

LeoDoc is a telemedicine service launched in Ukraine by the American company LeoMed Inc in cooperation with the IT developer Forte Consulting Group (USA) and the international payment system LEO (Ukraine). The early access soft launch of the app took place in the spring of 2021. The strong point of LeoDoc is the perfect technical solution for a fast and secure (in terms of information transfer) connection with a doctor with HD-quality video communication.

Both projects adhere to the HIPAA (international standard for accessing patient medical data) and GDPR (EU personal data protection regulation) standards.

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