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Hao Daifu

haodf.com

Founded Year

2006

Stage

Series D | Alive

Total Raised

$263.4M

Last Raised

$200M | 6 yrs ago

About Hao Daifu

Hao Daifu connects major hospitals and grassroots medical institutions to form online "medical associations," enabling patients to enjoy remote expert consultation and local services in combination.

Headquarters Location

Dream 2049 International Cultural and Creative Industry Park 4 Sanjianfang South Lane, Chaoyang District

Beijing, Beijing,

China

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Latest Hao Daifu News

Marbridge Consulting - China Internet News Online Healthcare Site May Seek New Funding

Apr 3, 2017

China Business News, 2/22/11 Wang Hang, founder of Beijing-based online healthcare firm Hudong Feng Technology, which operates website Hao Daifu (Haodf.com), recently disclosed the company is considering raising another round of funding within the next two months. The company received its first round of RMB 3 mln angel investment in 2007 from angel investor Lei Jun and Ceyuan Ventures. In summer 2008 Hudong Feng received another USD 3 mln from Doll Capital Management. Wang previously co-founded Chinese online search engine 3721 with Chinese online security software developer Qihoo 360 (NYSE: QIHU) CEO Zhou Hongyi. After selling 3721 to Yahoo China in 2003, Wang and Zhou both joined Yahoo China. Wang later was part of the original team behind Qihoo, leaving in May 2006 to found Hao Daifu. Hao Daifu provides three main services: information inquiry, expert consulting, and telephone appointment and consulting services. At present, Hao Daifu only charges a fee for telephone consulting services and splits the revenue with the consulting physician. Hao Daifu's list of participating physicians has grown from 50,000 in late 2006 to reach more than 250,000, and the site has enabled doctors to create their own homepages in order to interact with patients. Haodf's appointment services allow patients to book online and receive SMS confirmation that they can use when they arrive at the hospital. More than 5,000 doctors currently participate in the service. In order to help patients find proper medical care, Hao Daifu has established a 60-plus person consulting team drawn mostly from partner hospitals and Peking University Health Science Center. Visitors to the site can request aid from the team in finding the appropriate doctor for their condition. As the website enters its fifth year of operations, Wang is considering monetizing the site and the board of directors has just appointed a CEO to tackle the issue. The company plans to generate revenue both from patient fees and from assisting pharmaceutical companies in educating consumers about prescription drugs for serious illnesses, although advertising for prescription medicine is currently illegal. Wang also hopes to partner with overseas pharmaceutical companies, for example acting as an intermediary to help find patients for clinical trials in China. Wang said the website would begin large-scale commercialization no earlier than 2012. Please note, all fields are required. None of your personal information will be shared with third parties. Name:

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Hao Daifu Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Hao Daifu founded?

    Hao Daifu was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Hao Daifu's headquarters?

    Hao Daifu's headquarters is located at Dream 2049 International Cultural and Creative Industry Park, Beijing.

  • What is Hao Daifu's latest funding round?

    Hao Daifu's latest funding round is Series D.

  • How much did Hao Daifu raise?

    Hao Daifu raised a total of $263.4M.

  • Who are the investors of Hao Daifu?

    Investors of Hao Daifu include Tencent Holdings, Trustbridge Partners, DCM Ventures, Ceyuan Ventures and Lei Jun.

  • Who are Hao Daifu's competitors?

    Competitors of Hao Daifu include We Doctor.

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