Ciming moves into virtual healthcare with app

By Liu Zhihua ( ) Updated: 2016-01-21 09:16:46

Chinese healthcare giant Ciming Checkup has moved into the virtual healthcare sector.

On Jan 16, Beijing Ciji Network Technology, a subsidiary of Ciming Checkup, launched its new service, Jijiankang, an app that is able to record and analyze a user's health data and provide professional advice and health management service.

More than 30 million health checkup reports have been input into the database of the app, and people who have had health checkups with Ciming and Health 100 — a company which merged with Ciming last year — can read the digital reports after following a simple registration process. People can also input health reports from other checkup services into the app database through uploading report photos to the app.

Further services, such as health management advice and cancer risk evaluation, are available once users pay online.

Han Xiaohong, founder of Ciming Checkup, said the company estimates that the app will accumulate data from more than 100 million health reports in the next three years, becoming the world's largest health report database.


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