SSIVIX Lab’s MyCLNQ One-Stop Digital Health App Serves The Community Amid Covid-19

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SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 15 March 2021 – In a bid to keep up with the trends of digital transformation in healthcare, SSIVIX Lab Singapore based social enterprise HealthTech company, focussing on connected health also known as technology-enabled care (TEC) which involves the convergence of health technology, digital media, and mobile devices. It enables patients, carers, and healthcare professionals (HCP’s) to access data and Information more easily and Improve the quality and outcomes of healthcare and social care. At a time where technology has acted as a driving force in healthcare, the company is making a strategic approach towards patient-centric care, bridging healthcare gaps with technology, and successfully running a connected health ecosystem called “MyCLNQ” which is a one stop solution for all family healthcare needs. The AI enabled mobile app focuses on telemedicine, mHealth, eHealth services. The company believes in providing affordable healthcare and age friendly environment for patient and elderly care.

According to a report made by NCBI, it was suggested that more than 40% of IoT technology will be health-related as of last year. With these figures expected to rise in the following years, SSIVIX Lab recognizes the need to implement new and technology-enabled healthcare ecosystem to digitally transform and improve patient experience. “Traditionally healthcare service sector is always provider/organizational centric where we Ssivix Lab trying to make a paradigm shift from provider to patient centric model, to empower patient towards personalized care.” Says Anwar Rafique, CEO Ssivix Lab.

At its very core, digital healthcare ecosystem aims to be patient-centric, focusing on wellness and prevention instead of only treatment. By leveraging on the accessibility and convenience of smart devices, MyCLNQ can provide patients with high-quality treatment anywhere and anytime, with just a simple click of a button. Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play, and as of today more than 50,000+ individuals have downloaded the app and have benefitted from it.

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Incorporated technologies have made this possible. For instance, MyCLNQ’s built-in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology allows patients to receive aid from virtual doctors and chatbots in their preferred language. It will also offer location-based suggestions for relevant clinics and doctors that are accessible and convenient by distance. In addition, the app also allows users to schedule their advanced appointments online, effectively reducing waiting times at clinics and hospitals.

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Dr Wong Weng Hong, a veteran senior healthcare manager with over 30 years of experience, who recently joined the advisory board of Ssivix Lab says “there has been a rise of on-demand healthcare where consumers like to have services at their own convenience, on their own time, and wherever they happen to be. Healthcare industry is entering the era of digital innovation, as patients seek customized healthcare needs for greater efficiency and effectiveness and at a lower or sustainable cost. The healthcare AI-powered tools and Big data aggregate a lot of information and will help users to obtain accurate and relevant online medical information and connect users to the correct services and products, faciliting better preventive care and recovery. The healthcare system is undergoing a seismic shift in how information is obtained and disseminated. MyCLNQ AI ecosystem will set up a digital path for consumers to avail the whole spectrum of healthcare needs on fingertips”.

The benefits of these emerging healthcare technologies also extend beyond patients’ needs, but also to over 745+ healthcare practitioners that SSIVIX Lab has partnered up with. Through the digital platform, this infrastructure offers an avenue for multidisciplinary, cross-organisational and collaborative healthcare delivery. The use of MyCLNQ provides accessible databases, where they are able to efficiently and effectively track and diagnose patient illnesses for customised medical and treatment services.

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Through the incorporation of telemedicine, AI, IoT and blockchain technology, SSIVIX Lab continues to push for digital healthcare ecosystem solutions to better meet the rising healthcare expectations in Asia and only provider with wide range of services at one platform. Company has strategic SEA expansion plan including India and have kicked off India operations since beginning of 2021.

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Strongest first quarter ever: Preliminary results of Deutsche Post DHL Group above market expectations

  • All divisions significantly increased EBIT in first quarter 2021; Group EBIT tripled to around EUR 1.9 billion
  • Free cash flow development continued positive trajectory and improved by more than EUR 1.4 billion to around EUR 1.0 billion
  • CEO Frank Appel: "The start into the new financial year was more dynamic than ever"

SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 12 April 2021 - Deutsche Post DHL Group has today released preliminary results for the first quarter of 2021 and has raised the outlook for the current financial year. Preliminary operating profit (EBIT) for the first three months improved to around EUR 1.9 billion (Q1 2020: EUR 592 million). The positive development of the group's businesses seen in the fourth quarter 2020 has continued well through the first quarter 2021. In the first three months of the year the B2C shipment volumes remained high in all networks while the recovery in the B2B business continued.

"The start to the new financial year was more dynamic than ever. It proves that we have successfully geared our business to the right growth drivers. One year into the pandemic we experienced in the first quarter 2021 a sustained momentum in e-commerce and a significant stabilization in global trade with increasing air- and sea-freight volumes. Consequently all divisions reported a significant jump in earnings above market expectations. Global trade continues to recover and vaccine distribution is in full swing which makes me very optimistic for the rest of 2021 and beyond," said Frank Appel, CEO of Deutsche Post DHL Group.

All divisions optimally positioned for continuing e-commerce boom and growth in global trade

Express: The division reached an EBIT of around EUR 955 million in the first quarter 2021 compared to EUR 393 million in Q1 2020.

Global Forwarding, Freight: EBIT in Global Forwarding, Freight stood at around EUR 215 million in Q1 2021, clearly above previous year's Q1 of EUR 73 million.

Supply Chain: EBIT at Supply Chain came in at around EUR 165 million in the first quarter 2021 compared to EUR 105 million in Q1 2020.

eCommerce Solutions: eCommerce Solutions recorded a first quarter 2021 EBIT of around EUR 115 million, clearly above last year's Q1 result of EUR 6 million.

Post & Parcel Germany: EBIT in Post & Parcel Germany in Q1 2021 was around EUR 555 million (Q1 2020: EUR 334 million).

Earnings momentum mirrored in positive cash flow development and improved outlook

The continued positive business development is underpinned by a strong cash flow development; free cash flow amounted to around EUR 1.0 billion in the first quarter 2021. In Q1 2020 this figure was still negative at EUR -409 million.

In light of the strong earnings momentum, guidance for 2021 is adjusted as follows:

Group EBIT for 2021 is now expected to be significantly above EUR 5.6 billion (previous forecast: more than EUR 5.6 billion). Equally, the result for the DHL divisions is now seen significantly above EUR 4.5 billion (previous forecast: more than EUR 4.5 billion). EBIT for the Post & Parcel Germany division is no longer expected at around EUR 1.6 billion but above EUR 1.6 billion. The expectation of a Group Functions EBIT of around EUR -0.4 billion remains unchanged. Full year 2021 Free Cash Flow is now expected to be significantly above EUR 2.3 billion (previous forecast: around EUR 2.3 billion).

The Group will introduce a revised detailed guidance with the comprehensive disclosure for Q1 2021 which will be published as planned on May 5, 2021.

Deutsche Post DHL Group

Deutsche Post DHL Group is the world's leading logistic company. The Group connects people and markets and is an enabler of global trade. It aspires to be the first choice for customers, employees and investors worldwide. To this end, Deutsche Post DHL Group is focusing on growth in its profitable core logistics businesses and accelerating the digital transformation in all business divisions. The Group contributes to the world through sustainable business practices, corporate citizenship and environmental activities. By the year 2050, Deutsche Post DHL Group aims to achieve zero emissions logistics.

Deutsche Post DHL Group is home to two strong brands: DHL offers a comprehensive range of parcel and international express service, freight transport, and supply chain management services, as well as e-commerce logistics solutions. Deutsche Post is Europe's leading postal and parcel service provider. Deutsche Post DHL Group employs approximately 570,000 people in over 220 countries and territories worldwide. The Group generated revenues of more than 66 billion Euros in 2020.

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