As reported by Dafizeck Bin Daud in TechInAsia (found here):

Halodoc, an online healthcare platform in Indonesia, has secured funding in a series B+ round from strategic investors including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Allianz X, and Prudential. The company said it will use the new funds to further its commitment to simplify healthcare in Indonesia through technology.

“Halodoc aims to learn from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s long-established track record of working with partners to deliver best practice in healthcare solutions and improve quality of life around the world,” said Jonathan Sudharta, CEO of Halodoc.

The company operates a mobile platform that connects roughly 7 million patients per month to 22,000 doctors and 1,000 pharmacies throughout Indonesia, with 80% of patients residing outside the main cities of Jakarta and Surabaya, according to a statement. The company also provides pharmacy delivery across 50 Indonesian cities and offers home lab services.

According to a statement, Halodoc has raised nearly US$100 million in total. Earlier this year, it secured US$65 million in its latest funding round led by UOB Venture Management.