Bot MD has partnered with the Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) to embed its A.I. Assistant on the IDI website, enabling more than 200,000 doctor members to instantly search for association information, IDI services and national guidelines.
The Bot is available in both Bahasa Indonesia and English and has been trained on frequently asked questions from IDI members. This partnership with Bot MD is part of IDI's digital transformation journey to improve the quality and availability of its services for its members through digital tools and making this accessible 24/7.
Members can use the IDI Bot to easily search for information on new memberships, apply for their electronic membership card (E-KTA), report issues with membership activation, renew their competency certificate or even submit their feedback to IDI.
Since 2018, the Bot MD platform has been used by over 18,000 doctors and nurses around the world to search for clinical content and hospital specific content such as institution guidelines, call rosters, drug formulary and more. Bot MD enables hospitals to easily integrate their hospital information systems and content for instant search and helps to power hospital workforce productivity.
As the largest medical association in Southeast Asia with over 200,000 registered doctors, the Indonesian Medical Association represents the largest professional body overseeing doctor accreditation and continuing medical education in Indonesia. This is Bot MD's first partnership with a medical association to power information search for their members. The company plans to make this service available to other doctors across Southeast Asia by partnering with other medical associations in the region.
Dr. Seno Purnomo (M.Law, Chief of Data and Information System, IDI) with Ms. Dorothea Koh, (CEO and Co-Founder of Bot MD) at the Signing Ceremony for Singapore-Indonesia Business Partnerships that was witnessed by Indonesia Coordinating Minister of Economic Affairs (Mr. Airlangga Hartarto) and Singapore Minister for Trade and Industry (Mr. Gan Kim Yong).DOWNLOAD
DR. dr. Moh adib khumaidi Sp.OT, Chairman of Indonesian Medical Association (fourth from right) with Ms. Dorothea Koh, CEO and Co-Founder of Bot MD (fourth from left).DOWNLOAD
The Bot MD web widget embedded on the IDI website makes it easy for its over 200,000 doctor members to access and instantly search for frequently asked association content and services.DOWNLOAD
Bot MD's user friendly web widget lists helpful services as options in a welcome menu to make it easy for doctors to find answers to IDI services and membership information.DOWNLOAD
Bot MD responds instantly to Doctor questions and offers helpful quick options to predict additional services they may need next.DOWNLOAD
Bot MD offers helpful links to internal websites or third party websites to enable users to access registration forms or files from the web widget.DOWNLOAD
Bot MD is a Y-Combinator backed startup with the mission of Empowering Doctors around the world. The company’s proprietary A.I. chat engine is able to integrate with hospital information systems to provide instant answers to doctor and patient queries. Bot MD can also power popular messaging platforms such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Viber and LINE to help doctors easily automate patient workflows. Since 2018, Bot MD has been used by over 20,000 clinicians from leading hospitals and clinics around the world including the National University Health System, the National University Cancer Institute, Singapore, Alexandra Hospital, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Changi General Hospital, Parkway Radiology, the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (the Philippines) and Siloam Hospitals. For more information, visit https://www.botmd.com
The Indonesian Doctors Association, abbreviated as IDI, is the largest professional medical organization in Southeast Asia with over 204,000 registered doctors. IDI oversees doctor accreditation and continuing medical education for all of its doctor members in Indonesia. The organization is affiliated with the government through the Indonesian Ministry of Health. For more information, visit idionline.org