JLK to supply healthcare AI solutions for stroke detection to Siloam Hospitals in Indonesia

im Dong-min, CEO of JLK (right), and head of PT Kind Communication Anang Prayudi

Korean healthcare AI company JLK has agreed to partner with Indonesia’s largest private hospital network PT Siloam International Hospitals Tbk to supply healthcare AI solutions that include JLK-ICH for brain haemorrhage detection and JLK-UIA for brain aneurysm detection.

Under the MoU signed with medical consulting company PT Kind Communication, JLK will also cooperate in creating a digital healthcare ecosystem in Indonesia.

According to the company’s CEO, Kim Dong-min, Indonesia will be an outpost for JLK to enter Southeast Asia’ medical AI market. JLK plans to expand medical AI exports, he explained, by using the Snappi platform equipped with MEDIHUB STROKE, a full-cycle stroke AI solution, according to the company’s CEO Kim Dong-min. Snappi verifies whether a patient is having a stroke anytime, anywhere, and provides various communication functions such as chat and video-sharing for medical staff.

Siloam Hospitals operates 41 hospitals and 25 clinics, with over 3,000 doctors and 8,000 nurses.

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