MediBloc in Korea selected by KHIDI for its 2023 Overseas Expansion Project for the Medical Industry

MediBloc in Korea
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2 min readFeb 2


Greetings from the MediBloc team.

On February 2, 2023, MediBloc in Korea was selected for the 2023 Overseas Expansion Project supported by the Korea Health Industry Development Institute.

The 2023 Overseas Expansion Project is among the International medical system export supports organized by the Ministry of Health and welfare of Korea and carried out by the KHIDI (Korea Health Industry Development Institute). MediBloc in Korea formed a consortium with Krismas Plastic Surgery and K-DOC, a platform for overseas expansion, and embodied a model for the overseas expansion of Korean hospitals which can be operated based on Dr.palette, a cloud EMR.

The MediBloc-Krismas Plastic Surgery-KDOC Consortium will enter Indonesia, the only G20 country in Southeast Asia featuring high growth potential. In particular, Korean-style medical institutions will be established and operated in cooperation with local medical beauty groups in Indonesia’s first special medical and wellness economic zone, the Sanur SEZ (Special Economic Zone), created in Bali. Throughout this project, MediBloc in Korea will provide Dr.palette, a cloud EMR, to Korean-style medical institutions in Indonesia, will localize and upgrade to suit the local situation, and work on the overall construction of a Korean-style platform hospital model.

Eun-sol Lee, CEO of MediBloc in Korea, said, “By taking advantage of cloud EMR, which can be used anytime, anywhere, Dr.palette can be used in Indonesia. Through this International entry, we will construct a future platform hospital with our experience and upgrade it for various medical institutions not only in Korea, but also abroad.”

MediBloc in Korea is Healthcare data platform based on MediBloc Limited’s blockchain technology which aims to promote the development of the medical industry and further improve the quality of human life. MediBloc enables the smooth sharing of healthcare data through individuals, and continues to promote EMR advancement for standardized data exchange and network stabilization, including blockchain implementation. MediBloc in Korea will continue to do its best to ensure that a patient-centered healthcare platforms will be widely used.