Expanded partner network in 10 cantons

Well is now working in partnership with the doctors’ networks Arzthaus, Centramed, and Monvia. For Well this marks another important step towards the digitalisation and integrated networking of the Swiss healthcare system.
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Alexander Bojer

Thanks to the partnership with Arzthaus, Centramed, and Monvia, Well users in future will benefit from digital streamlining across large parts of German-speaking Switzerland.

Alexander Bojer
Well CEO

Via the cooperation with doctors’ networks, the Well health app will in future provide large segments of German-speaking Switzerland with digital access to medical services and documents. The three doctors’ networks have locations in the cantons of Aargau, Basel-Land, Basel-Stadt, Bern, Lucerne, Solothurn, St. Gallen, Uri, Zug, and Zurich. In addition to the founding partners CSS, Medi24, Visana, and Zur Rose, various other partners from a range of sectors within the healthcare system are already working with Well to break new ground. Around 2200 doctors are connected to Well and their numbers continue to expand.

Medical services, digitally streamlined
Anyone being treated by a doctor belonging to one of the three networks will continue to benefit from further streamlining in the future. The timeline will vary depending on the doctor’s network: The digital practice sign-up for new patients and the extended sign-up including information on medical history are already in joint development. Further functionalities will be added on an ongoing basis. For example, appointments can be booked and managed via the Well app. In addition to this, the digital exchange of documents between the practice and the patient via the Well Medical Safe will be introduced and continually developed. Following the successful launch of the above functionalities, a use case will be developed for the structured transmission of data to medical practices, for instance that of blood pressure readings taken at home.

Simpler interfaces – more efficient processes
Well Gesundheit AG has reached another milestone on the journey to realising its ultimate vision: to achieve easier access to healthcare services across Switzerland and pioneer more efficient interfaces – paving the way for more cost-effective processes – within the healthcare sector. “Thanks to the partnership with Arzthaus, Centramed, and Monvia, Well users in future will benefit from digital streamlining across large parts of German-speaking Switzerland,” explains Well CEO Alexander Bojer. “Well is expanding its partnerships all the time with the aim of putting health in the hands of app users. I am very excited about our next steps.”

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On 14.02.2022

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