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Dtac accelerate secures Bt350 million for startups

Dtac accelerate secures Bt350 million for startups

MONDAY, July 24, 2017
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Dtac accelerate has celebrated its success in securing follow-on funding, after obtaining Bt350 million for 34 startups in the program over the past five years. 


Dtac accelerate is the startup accelerator program in Thailand that has received the most funding from venture capitalists, with 70 per cent of its startups receiving funding. 
Most recently, Health at Home secured follow-on funding from Muang Thai Life Assurance and 500 TukTuks. 
The total value of the 34 startups has reached Bt3 billion, a 200 per cent increase from last year.
Health at Home, founded by a team of doctors, offers health care services for home-based patients with chronic illness and for the elderly by connecting the family with the right health care professionals. 
Health at Home aims to improve the quality of homecare by providing highly trained and certified professionals with personal records, creating an online matching platform and facilitating health insurance coverage for homecare services. 
Health at Home has a mobile application that collects and tracks patient medical records, which enables doctors and nurses to provide remote care and allows families to remotely monitor patients’ health. 
Health at Home has more than 300 caregivers in Bangkok and its vicinity.