Digital boost for patients

Beh (left) and national squash player Low Wee Wern showing the BookDoc application on their smartphone after the press conference at Komtar.

WITH about RM50mil worth of tele-consultation fees invested exclusively for BookDoc users in Penang, the app will allow the public to access tele-consultation services free of charge until the end of this year.

BookDoc founder and chief executive officer Datuk Chevy Beh said that until Dec 31, the BookDoc tele-consultation feature is available for free in the Covid-19 and mental health category.

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