Prudential launches AI-powered mobile healthcare app
It can be used to check symptoms and consult doctors via video.
Prudential Singapore has deployed an AI-based mobile app that gives customers 24/7 access to healthcare services, according to a press release.
Using Pulse by Prudential, users can check their symptoms, complete a digital health assessment, and request video consultations with professionals at a flat rate of $ 15, excluding drugs and delivery charges.
Registered users who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 will be offered a per diem allowance of $ 100 for non-prudential clients hospitalized between their application registration date and May 31.
On the other hand, Prudential customers can benefit from the one month extension of the daily allowance of $ 200 up to three months of hospitalization, from July 1 to July 31. This also applies to employees of business and SME customers covered by group insurance.
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