SINGAPORE (June 5): Founded in 1994, Alliance Healthcare Group is an integrated healthcare group that leverages the use of technology to provide a broad suite of healthcare services primarily in Singapore. It designs and provides enterprise-level healthcare solutions to meet the demands of organisations, as well as individual patients for reliable and cost-effective healthcare services.

  1. What are Alliance Healthcare’s key business segments?
Alliance Healthcare has four main business segments which are highly complementary and serve as a base to support the group’s managed healthcare service network:

  • Managed healthcare — Eight insurers and over 3,000 corporations through its self-owned clinics and panel of medical services providers, providing outpatient healthcare and treatments at private hospitals;
  • GP clinics — 16 self-owned clinics under the brand “My Family Clinic”;
  • Specialist clinics — Five self-owned clinics providing medical diagnosis and medical or surgical treatments of ear, nose and throat (ENT), colorectal and orthopaedic conditions;
  • Pharmaceutical business — Wholesale distribution of pharmaceutical products to hospitals, pharmacies and clinics in Singapore and overseas.

  1. What is the profitability mix for each of the business segments? Where is the group’s focus?

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