Embracing the Future: Remote Healthcare Services Resonate Across Southeast Asia

With the growing recognition and adoption of Telehealth Services, a transformative wave is sweeping through the healthcare landscape in Southeast Asia. In this study, we delve into the opinions of individuals across different age groups in Southeast Asia as we shed light on various aspects, including the factors that the region appreciate or dislike about remote healthcare, their past experiences with it, its availability through their employers, the level of trust placed in it, and more. These valuable insights provide a comprehensive understanding of the region's healthcare landscape, offering a glimpse into the future of healthcare services.

Dataset Created
Fieldwork conducted in September 2023
Markets covered
Available in Singapore | Malaysia | Philippines | Thailand | Indonesia
10 questions
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N=500 respondents each from Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia (N=2,500 respondents overall)


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  • Tabulation (XLS)
  • Raw datafile (CSV or XLS)
  • Live Canvas Dashboard
Question samples
  • Have Southeast Asians tried telehealth services?
  • What is the view of Southeast Asians on telehealth services?
  • Do Southeast Asians' employers provide telehealth services?
  • What types of telehealth services are Southeast Asians comfortable with receiving?
  • What are the preferred advantages of remote healthcare?
  • What are the perceived disadvantages of remote healthcare?
  • How do Southeast Asians feel about consulting with telehealth professionals?
  • Do Southeast Asians trust telehealth services?

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