Jaga-Me’s work of enabling the transition of healthcare from hospital to the community was featured by Channel News Asia. Together with our partners, we serve Singapore’s growing population of seniors who may develop complex medical needs and yet desire for care in their most familiar environment.
Jaga-Me’s digital platform was featured by the Business Times for going the extra mile in bringing medical and caregiving services into the home.
Jaga-Me was featured by Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign for its innovations in home healthcare through the use of technology.
Jaga-Me Co-Founder Awarded NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine’s Young Alumnus of the Year for Nursing
(Photo Credit: NUS Nursing) On 3 July 2019, the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine celebrated its 114th anniversary at the annual Medical Dinner. The School honoured and recognised the works of notable alumni through the Alumni Awards, which were presented by Minister for Education, Mr Ong Ye Kung (Guest-of-Honour at the dinner). Ms Kuah Ling Ling, Co-Founder of Jaga-Me was awarded the Young Alumnus of the Year 2019 for Nursing. She shared her thoughts and experiences in healthcare innovation in the article “Plugging the Gaps in Home Care”.This article first appeared in “Game Changer: Advancing Nursing Education since 2005”. Reproduced with permission from the NUS Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies.
Jaga-Me’s partnership with KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital in supporting caregivers of chronically-ill children was featured in the The Straits Times.
20 December 2017 AXA and Jaga-Me are pleased to announce a partnership that will give policyholders of selected AXA health insurance solutions access to on-demand home nursing
Jaga-Me was awarded the President’s Challenge Award for Social Enterprise Startup (Joint Award) in 2017.
Jaga-Me awarded a finalist in the Best Home Care Operator category at 5th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2017
Jaga-Me was awarded finalist in the ‘Best Home Care Operator‘ category of the 5th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards at the Ageing Asia Innovation Forum 2017.
Jaga-Me helps caregivers take a break. Jaga-Me’s partnership with HCA Hospice Care was featured by The Straits Times as part of Causes Week.
Jaga-Me partners Singtel Future Makers to help bring our homecare services platform to the socially disadvantaged.
Jaga-Me was featured by The Straits Times as one of the 50 Ideas to Change the World on Impact Journalism Day in 2016.
Jaga-Me idea won the NTUC Income’s Future Starter 100k Challenge, and became a reality.
Jaga-Me was born during MIT Hacking Medicine 2015 and won the third prize of S$3,000 at the event.