Telecommunications giant Ooredoo Maldives partnered up with Tree Top Hospital, on Monday, to facilitate the payment of medical bills through its mobile wallet service, m-Faisaa.
Patients can now finance appointments, prescriptions and OPD services digitally. The new services can be accessed through Ooredoo’s mobile application or the official website of Tree Top hospital.
Ooredoo Chief Executive Officer Najib Khan stated that the company’s intention was to strengthen the partnership with Tree Top Hospital and provide additional services such as digital facilitation of doctors’ appointments. Najib also stated that Ooredoo was committed to increasing access to services through digitalization.
The m-Faisaa application enables users to withdraw, deposit, transfer and pay for services across Maldives. This platform facilitates the payment of the largest number of utility bills in the country through digital means. This includes bills from Ooredoo, State Electric Company Limited (STELCO), Medianet, Male' Water and Sewerage Company (MWSC), Maldives National University (MNU) and Maldives Gas.