Seven years ago, a budding health tech startup sniffed the significant business potential in digitalising Asia's entire healthcare industry. Fast forward to 2020's post-COVID world, and Vault Dragon's seed vision and its bouquet of healthcare software solutions have turned into an urgent need of the hour.
The startup's ingenious foresight and consistent innovation, buoyed by market demands in the new normal, have boosted Vault Dragon from an early-stage to a growth-stage startup. With a firm footing in five Asian countries, the digital health solutions company is all set to break ground in two more by the end of 2020. The startup plans to draw on its Series A funding round to leverage the accelerated push, towards a digitalised healthcare sector.
Vault Dragon's evolution has been driven by the vision to become ‘Asia's Google Maps for healthcare data’. The passionate and multicultural team of experts at Vault Dragon is working to build the largest digital healthcare ecosystem of its kind in the region. Reshaping the Health Sector
Vault Dragon's suite of flagship software helps clinics streamline their workflow, in turn, providing efficient delivery of healthcare. The company's key offerings are Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system, Hospital Information System (HIS), Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, and Healthcare Data Solutions. In its early years, Vault Dragon began by liberating clinics from outdated paper records and enabled them to adopt digitisation. Today, the company’s EMR system is truly regional and ready for rapid scalability.. After undergoing product development last year, the upgraded version is ready to offer a seamless experience to small hospitals.
Deep Tech is Next In more future goals, by 2024, Vault Dragon aims to become a seasoned player in the space of digital health, fintech and big data. The company plans to apply deep tech artificial intelligence machine learning algorithms on its proprietary database.
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