RingMD: The Newest Entrant in the US TeleMedicine Market

RingMD: The Newest Entrant in the US TeleMedicine Market

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At 22 years old, Justin Fulcher looks like an average, newly graduated, young entrepreneur. But don’t be mistaken by his humble appearance. He is the Founder and CEO of RingMD, one of the fastest growing patient-provider communication platform, granting quality and affordable health care to people worldwide.

Founded in 2012 in Singapore, RingMD is a mobile based platform that connects patients with doctors via video or phone. Users input their symptoms, chose the format for the call, provide a mode of transaction, and get access to a list of providers based on location, price, ratings, insurance coverage, availability etc. Provider profiles have detailed biography, and feature dynamic pricing, making it an active health care marketplace. Patients can upload files in real time to share with the consulting doctor, and their EMR history is shown in a split screen on the provider side. Doctor notes are shareable, in both text and video formats.

RingMD has been an active telehealth provider in Singapore, Hong Kong, and other Asian countries, and is now ready to enter the US market. Mr. Fulcher visited Health 2.0 headquarters recently and shared his story with us.

Following is an excerpt from the interview:

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2 Comments on "RingMD: The Newest Entrant in the US TeleMedicine Market"


Member
Mar 22, 2016

Interesting interview. Thanks a lot for posting it! We will share it on our facebook page.

Guest
Jan 13, 2015

Thank you for this great interview. We are writing a short article about it at NCPA’s Health Policy Blog.