China's healthcare sector is red hot and for good reason. The world's most populous country is greying fast, and its healthcare system has failed to keep pace with a rapidly aging society.
It's therefore no wonder that investors have swooned over companies promising to harness technology to transform the patient experience, especially when a major corporate name is involved.
That has benefitted the likes of Ping An's Good Doctor and Tencent-backed WeDoctor. However these platforms share a common challenge with technologies still under development and remote diagnosis yet to find full acceptance, how should they turn huge internet traffic into profits