Updated May 01, 2020

InMed: Healthcare is in Your Hands

www.indonesiamedika.com

Gamal Albinsaid

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InMed is an app based on digital technologies that provide 11 features to give the best and proper experiences of getting the best healthcare service by the professional health workers.

InMed is a platform which allows patients to be treated at home with qualified and well experienced health professionals, to make them feel the benefit from the most comfortable, accurate and suitable services. This program aims to make a meaningful impact on the Indonesian society by extending the medical assistance from health facilities to home. InMed enables health workers to be sent direct...
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InMed is a platform which allows patients to be treated at home with qualified and well experienced health professionals, to make them feel the benefit from the most comfortable, accurate and suitable services. This program aims to make a meaningful impact on the Indonesian society by extending the medical assistance from health facilities to home. InMed enables health workers to be sent directly to the patient‘s houses, and that combines many kind of health services. Several services provided by Homedika.com includes: (1) In-home healthcare services including medical prescriptions at home; (2) One free service for a person under privilege per 20 health services (owner of the « Surat Keterangan Miskin » certificate provided by the Indonesian Government); (3). Access to only qualified and registered health workers (medical doctors, nurses, midwives, nutritionists, psychologists, and physiotherapists); (4) Emergency appointment at homes available 24/7; (5) Capacity for the patients to choose their medical health worker, depending on their preference of gender, age, area of intervention, religion; (6) Blood sample at home and delivery to the laboratory by the health worker; and (7) Ambulance and drugs services. These services aim to overtake the main Indonesian healthcare system‘s failures: Lack of skilled health workers, No in-home healthcare services, no guarantee of emergency services to come on time, isolation of the patients from the family when under treatment at hospitals
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InMed has been launched since December 2016. Previously, we were in the process to finish our intial MVP in the form of website, in order to connect our users and customers. We are now in transition to scale our products.

Focus Areas:

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Implemented In:

Indonesia

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1,360
Lives Impacted to Date
1
Key Partner
1
Country Implemented In
872
Customers
15
Employees
$38,593
Funds Raised to Date

Problem

Indonesia‘s healthcare system is rated as one of the poorest of any Asian country. More than 28 million (11 percent of the population) live below the poverty line of $17 a month and about half the population have incomes below $60 a month. Although the basic health services they exist in all districts, but equity and affordability of health care is still a constraint. According to data obtained by Department of Health, 40 percent of people still go to traditional healers.

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Solution

At InMed we want things to change. We have thus decided to grasp with both hands the challenge of unequal healthcare access at the heart of the debate in Indonesia. To this end, we aim to provide high quality healthcare services and this directly at patient‘s residences. This program aims to make a meaningful impact on the Indonesian society by extending the medical assistance from the urban zones to the rural ones.

Target Beneficiaries

With InMed, we cut the time and distance and make medical services access easier and of a better quality for the great benefit. The main market that we plan to launch our startup is to the health connection that using mobile apps and website. At InMed, we are connecting health workers and the patients, so we open to collaborate with any kind of qualified and experienced health workers, including the national insurance sets up by the government.

Mission and Vision

This program aims to make a meaningful impact on the Indonesian society by extending the medical assistance from health facilities to home. Our mission are building and connecting an essential relationship in healthcare between health professionals and patients, providing the ease, convenience, and speed in obtaining health services; changing the culture and ecosystem of health services by optimizing the use of digital technology; and enhancing the competitive advantage health professionals.

Competitive Advantage

Having said that current existing product/service is huge in terms of quantity, we believe that it is crucial for InMed to stand out in terms of quality and unique offers. To hit the market and spread the delivery, InMed has its own differentiation, as follows: connect the patient and the community, Increase the productivity and usefulness of health professionals, Helping health professionals earn substantial income independently, no queuing and transport cost, Improving recovery through convenience for home care, reduce the risk of transmission in a clinic or hospital, health professionals and patient can select the desired time, enable everyone to access and find out full information of health professionals completely, Improve the comfort and the ease of getting healthcare services, save time through immediate service, patient can choose health professionals and health professionals can choose to accept or reject the patients, establishing more open and connected healthcare access.
Funding Goal200,000
Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted365,000
New Implemented CountriesIndonesia
Recruit2 management, 20 volunteers
New FeatureInMed Online Store, InMed Blood Bank

The Team Behind the Innovation

InMed team consists of young people aged 19-25 years with an educational background of college or graduates of bachelor and master degree. Teams are divided into Finance and Administration Department, Human Resources Department, Quality Department, Customer Service Department, IT Department, Marketing & PR Department, and Health Worker Department. This program is expected to have a good system of collecting and processing data that facilitates the process of management and replication programs.

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Milestone

May 2020
Recognition ReceivedVERIFIED
Feb 2020
Lives Impacted
870
Jul 2019
New Product Or Service
Sobat Curhat (Free consultation with health workers)
Dec 2017
Lives Impacted
490
Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Indonesia

Supporting Materials

Pitch-Deck-InMed-updated-ENG-orientation-null.pdf