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Ping An Good Doctor plans to build new "internet hospitals" in China

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July 22, 2019
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Reaching a strategic cooperation with 50 hospitals across China, Ping An Good Doctor embarks on the next step in its larger vision of building a more efficient and decentralized healthcare ecosystem in China. Ping An wants to leverage its AI capabilities to build a shared ecosystem of "internet hospitals," which could help resolve challenges around data silos and geographic constraints. A closed-loop system allowing data integration and real-time sharing between entities supports an environment that is seeing an exponential growth and distribution of data and facilitates the ability to generate and apply actionable insights at scale. Clients should engage in opportunities that align with a growing trend of shared healthcare ecosystems. 

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