Seamless Telemedicine for Hospitals.

Revolutionizing the way hospitals deliver care, offers seamless telemedicine integration that improves patient accessibility and outcomes, reduces the workload of healthcare professionals, and enhances patient safety.

Dietz supports the Sustainable Development Goals is a pioneering telemedicine platform that wholeheartedly supports Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDG Target 3.3 and 3.4, which focus on ensuring Good Health and Well-being for all. In alignment with Target 3.3, Dietz works collaboratively with the Division of AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases, under the Department of Disease Control in the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand, to develop and implement telehealth solutions for AIDS patients in public hospitals across the country. By leveraging Dietz’s telehealth services, AIDS patients gain improved access to healthcare professionals, leading to reduced complications and a substantial increase in follow-up rates for more than 10,000 patients already utilizing the Dietz platform. (read more)


Furthermore, in response to SDG Target 3.4, which aims to reduce premature mortality from non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by one third by 2030 and promote mental health and well-being, has taken significant strides. The platform has developed an innovative NCDs telemedicine and telemonitoring system that is currently being deployed across more than 100 hospitals, benefiting a staggering 50,000 patients. This forward-looking approach to telemedicine facilitates early detection, timely prevention, and effective treatment of non-communicable diseases, while also prioritizing mental health and well-being for individuals across the region.


Through its seamless integration with healthcare institutions and dedication to leveraging technology for the betterment of public health, exemplifies how telemedicine can effectively contribute to achieving the SDGs, particularly in the realm of Good Health and Well-being. By addressing critical health challenges and enhancing access to medical services, Dietz is a beacon of hope, fostering a healthier and more resilient society for the future.

Multidisciplinary care for patients

Doctors and medical profession teams, such as dietitians, diabetes educators, pharmacists, nurses, physical therapists, can assess into the platform to follow up and take care of patients. The system is designed to share information with all medical professionals related.

Specializing in chronic disease care via the online platform

The Dietz system is a suitable telemedicine system for patients with chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, kidney disease, cardiovascular disease, and stroke.

The medical professional team can track patient information even at home

The system supports patient’s symptoms monitoring, medical examination results such as blood sugar measurement, blood pressure measurement, food intake, amount of carbohydrates intake, and medication tracking.

Support disbursement with various Medical Benefit Schemes

Patients can use their Medical Benefit Schemes such as health insurance, government welfare, civil servants, or own expenses.

Reduce the workload of healthcare professionals by connecting to information systems of hospitals or clinics and drugstores.

Reduce the workload of medical personnel by connecting the information system with the Hospital Information System or clinic and connected to the pharmacy’s POS system.

There is the protection of personal data and information technology security.

There are privacy and cloud security standards installed on AWS.



 Hospitals with recurring business


Digital health records generated


Patients served

Efficient telemedicine system

Easy to use via web browser / Line / computer and smartphone

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Turn passion into execution.

Phongchai Petsanghan

My mother fell ill with end-stage kidney disease over 20 years ago and was treated in a government hospital, which faced problems of overcrowding and long waiting times. Some days, I had to take her to see the doctor early in the morning and bring her back again in the afternoon. My mother has since passed away, but the hospital still has not seen a decrease in the number of patients. The aging population in Thailand has led to a significant increase in the number of patients. Therefore, I am determined to develop a platform that allows patients, especially those with chronic illnesses, to monitor their condition without having to leave work to go to the hospital. This enables people with low incomes to access healthcare services without any limitations in terms of distance.

Priti Lomtakul

About 10 years ago, I went hiking in the northern region of Thailand. While I was admiring the view, I noticed a hilltribe person slowly approaching. Judging from the distance he had walked, it seemed like quite a trek. I asked where he was headed, and he replied that he was going to see a doctor in the district, which was at least another 5 kilometers away. From then on, I was determined that if given the opportunity to improve Thailand’s healthcare services through technology, I would do everything in my power to make that opportunity a reality. Our platform will enable millions of people to have easier access to healthcare services.

Reputable Investors and Advisor

Pawoot Pongvitayapanu

Pawoot is the CEO and founder of, one of the largest e-commerce website in Thailand.

Pragasit Thitaram

Pragasit is a CEO of Thitaram Group, one of the largest human resources outsourcing companies in Thailand.

Jeep Kline

Jeep is a Founding Partner at a Silicon Valley venture capital fund. She is also a Berkeley SkyDeck’s lead ambassador to 48 countries in Asia Pacific and a Lecturer in the Sustainable and Impact Finance Group at the UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business.


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