Reliance Insurance launches ReliDoc, Online Doctor Service and Medicine Delivery

ReliDoc

Jakarta – PT Asuransi Reliance Indonesia (ARI) in collaboration with Viva Medika launched the ReliDoc application (through RELI ID on Playstore and Appstore) which is a medical consultation facility with professional doctors that applies to all Reliance health insurance participants. “Through ReliDoc, participants can consult with doctors from home without having to come to the hospital regarding their health conditions, such as symptoms of Covid-19 or other diseases complete with delivery of medicines according to the results of their diagnosis”, said Armon Trifery, ARI Operational Director (8/2).

A series of other ReliDoc benefits are: general practitioner consultation and delivery of quality medicines currently available for the JABODETABEK, Karawang, Cikampek and Purwakarta areas. All the facilities referred to above can be enjoyed according to the health policy benefits that are obtained.

In today’s pandemic, restricting mobility is essential for the health of all of us. Therefore, ARI and Viva Medika provide ReliDoc to meet the needs of all participants to maintain their health and fitness, including family members, with online services that are so easy to use. All ARI health insurance participants do not need time to go to a doctor’s service location at a clinic or hospital then also don’t need to queue to get doctor services. The participants also did not need long to wait for the queue for drugs, because the drugs would immediately be sent by Viva Medika. With ReLiDoc, participants will even be helped to maintain their health and fitness through tips and special online health information from Viva Medika. ReLiDoc supports a healthy lifestyle for all participants.

Armon continued, ARI is committed to serving as a reliable partner with various innovations that prioritize customer experience. In the midst of the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, the company continues to be committed to promoting health solutions for its participants. ( ARI )

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