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Zhongchao Inc. Launches Patient
Management Services

SHANGHAI, July 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Zhongchao Inc. (NASDAQ:ZCMD) ("Zhongchao" or the "Company"), an online provider of healthcare information, professional training and educational services to healthcare professionals and the public in China, today announced the official launch of patient management services (the "New Services") as its third major line of business, in addition to MDMOOC, its online professional training and education platform for healthcare professionals, and Sunshine Health Forums, its online information platform catering to the general public. The New Services will be branded as "Zhongxun" and carried out through the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Shanghai Zhongxun Medical Technology Co., Ltd.

"We are branching out the patient management team, whom we have been gradually building up since late 2018, from the MDMOOC platform and officially launching Zhongxun to provide focused patient management services. We expect Zhongxun to provide another leg of growth for the Company in years to come," said Mr. James Yang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Zhongchao.

With the combination of online service portal, offline call centers and dedicated field specialists, Zhongxun aims to work closely with hospitals, pharmacies, pharmaceutical enterprises and nonprofit organizations and insurance companies (collectively, the "Involved Parties") in providing a whole range of patient management services including disease management, patient recruiting, patient counselling, in-home care assistance, clinical trial management, patient aid project management, insurance and payment solutions, and other value-added services.

"Patient management is a comprehensive system focusing on patient relationships, rather than just illnesses. We strive to build best practice in patient management that brings value to not only the patients but also the Involved Parties through collaboration, technology innovation and process improvement. On the back of China's rapidly growing healthcare market, continuously advancing healthcare IT, and ubiquitous healthcare data available to us, we believe Zhongxun is well positioned to succeed," concluded Mr. Yang.

About Zhongchao Inc.

Incorporated in 2012 with headquarter offices in Shanghai and Beijing, China, Zhongchao Inc. is
an online provider of healthcare information, professional training and educational services to
healthcare professionals under its "MDMOOC" platform ( and to the public
under its "Sunshine Health Forums" platform ( in China. The Company also
offers patient management services under its "Zhongxun" platform ( More information about the Company can be found at its investor relations website at


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SOURCE Zhongchao Inc.