DOC2HOME, TF Capital, iCARES To Provide Personalised, Home-Based Healthcare Services

DOC2HOME entered into partnerships with TF Capital Holding Bhd (TF Capital) and iCARES Technology Sdn Bhd (iCARES) to provide personalised, home-based healthcare services and seamlessly integrated living environments.

“In response to the growing demand for owner-occupied homes, the ageing population, and the increasing prevalence of multi-generational living.

“The partnership is particularly timely as the market experienced a surge in residential developments across Malaysia, marking a 33.3% increase in transactions year on year since last year,” it said in a statement today (Jan 23).

The tripartite agreement with DOC2HOME, a pioneering digital home-based healthcare platform, is set to trigger a paradigm shift in residential development, promising an integrated approach that addresses the evolving needs of modern living.

DOC2HOME chief executive officer Dr Raymond Choy said in an era of the ageing population, we are seeing more and more multi-generational homes being occupied by both the old and the young. 

“Having a convenient digital healthcare ecosystem ready in place to serve the residents is crucial. We share the same vision of elevating the ecosystem of residential communities by providing the best infrastructure and accessibility to healthcare technology,” he said.

Dr Choy said DOC2HOME will serve as a hub for primary-level medical and healthcare needs, available at the residents’ fingertips.

On the other hand, TF Capital will leverage the healthcare technology network and Internet of Things (IoT) expertise and infrastructure of both DOC2HOME and iCARES to raise the bar on buyers’ expectations from existing and future residential property developments.

TF Capital founder and chief executive officer Joe Lee said the collaboration will serve as a bridge between developers and the market.

“This will empower developers to prioritise build quality, thereby enhancing both the quality of life for residents and the overall value of the development. 

“Apart from just buying a home, we are looking to offer more to buyers by adding value into the homes themselves and enhancing the quality of life for living communities,” he said.

Meanwhile, iCARES chief executive officer Kang Kim Lun said the initiative aims to create living environments that not only meet residents’ needs but also align with their evolving lifestyles in convenience and security.

iCARES, a leading IoT home solutions provider, will introduce a series of accessible infrastructure and facilities powered by technology.

“Through this collaboration, we could incorporate a range of value-added IoT-oriented infrastructure and facilities together with our partners.

“This strategic move is poised to disrupt traditional residential development by seamlessly integrating built-in security, IoT, wellbeing, and healthcare, which makes sense for a full-fledged residential community,” he said.

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