ACTIVE users of BookDoc can now expect greater rewards thanks to the app’s new partnership with four more new partners this festive season.
The new partners are YTL Hotels Spa Village, video-on-demand service dimsum, sports and fashion wear Brooks as well as the dock-less bicycle sharing app oBike.
“BookDoc is exactly what the name says – an application that allows local and overseas health travellers search for and book a doctor or healthcare professional anytime and anywhere,” BookDoc founder Datuk Chevy Beh said.
To provide an enjoyable healthcare experience for its users, the app has integrated navigation (Google Maps and Waze), accommodation (Airbnb and Agoda), transportation (AirAsia, Uber and Grab), and dining as well as attractions (TripAdvisor).
BookDoc keeps track of its users’ daily physical activities and synchronises with other health applications such as Google Fit, Apple Health, Jawbone, Samsung Health and Fitbit.
The app has an ACTIV feature that records average daily walking steps and divides them into bronze, silver, gold and platinum levels.
By consistently maintaining a high physical activity level, users can convert the miles into rewards in the form of freebies or discounts from major service providers and retailers every month.
Beh said it already had 60 partners in 12 countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand.
Among the reward partners are Guardian, Secret Recipe, Old Town White Coffee and Zalora.
“I hope to encourage people to stay active with the offer of our therapies,” YTL Hotels Spa Village spa operations manager Sandy Chong said.
Meanwhile, dimsum chief marketing officer Law Swee Kim said, “Working with BookDoc signifies how entertainment meets healthy living. Selecting quality shows as a leisure is important to uplift your mood and boost your mental health.
“In conjunction with Chinese New Year, dimsum wishes to share this enjoyable and interesting habit with the communities,” she added.
As a Malaysian subscription video-on-demand service, dimsum provides content from eight Asian countries.
Also present was oBike business development manager Ian Goh, who said there were oBike users in over 20 countries in the world.
“We promote cycling to reduce traffic congestion while improve users’ health.
“Our objective is to be green by getting everyone to start moving around,” he said.
Likewise, Brooks brand manager Victor Tiew said Brooks Running aims to promote an active lifestyle with BookDoc as running could be an easy activity for most people.
Prior to this, a collaboration between BookDoc and MCL Cinemas, one of the largest cinema chains in Hong Kong, was formed to reward active users.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/metro/metro-news/2018/02/10/healthcare-has-its-rewards-app-signs-on-new-partners-to-further-motivate-users-to-hit-their-goals/#x62phPfZYcyHhgBJ.99