A Quality HealthCare medical centre in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been slow to use telemedicine because of the convenience of accessing health care in the city. Photo: May Tse A Quality HealthCare medical centre in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been slow to use telemedicine because of the convenience of accessing health care in the city. Photo: May Tse
A Quality HealthCare medical centre in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been slow to use telemedicine because of the convenience of accessing health care in the city. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong private clinics operator Quality HealthCare bets on growth in telemedicine

  • Adoption of telemedicine will not wane even after the pandemic recedes, SCMP Research webinar hears
  • Quality HealthCare’s mobile app currently has about 40,000 registered users, up from 24,000 in late October

Topic |   Health & Fitness
A Quality HealthCare medical centre in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been slow to use telemedicine because of the convenience of accessing health care in the city. Photo: May Tse A Quality HealthCare medical centre in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been slow to use telemedicine because of the convenience of accessing health care in the city. Photo: May Tse
A Quality HealthCare medical centre in Mong Kok. Hong Kong has been slow to use telemedicine because of the convenience of accessing health care in the city. Photo: May Tse
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