Chronic & Aging Care in Demand

Multiple chronic illnesses

37% respondents aged 60 or above reported three or more chronic health conditions in 2017, up from 19.8% in a 2009 study in Singapore[1].

Caused most deaths

Chronic diseases kill 41 million people each year, equivalent to 71% of all deaths globally[2].

Aging population

It is estimated that by 2030, a quarter of Singapore’s population will be above the age of 65[1].

Prefer to age in place

86% of elderly residents intended to continue living in their existing flats, up from 80 per cent in 2013[3].


Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

Cloud & algorithms

Cloud dashboard for data processing, visualization, analytics and algorithms for symptom detection.

Connected medical devices

Connected medical devices designed for various clinical purposes, enabling preventitive and proactive care.


Web and mobile applications that allow real-time information access, notification and intervention.

Our Team

Mabel received her PhD in biomedical engineering from the National University of Singapore (NUS). She researched on medical devices & applications, with 11 publications and 6 conference presentations.
Dr. Mabel Yen Ngoc Nguyen
Co-Founder & CEO
Fandi has masters in both CS and ECE from Georgia Institue of Technology. He had 4 years of R&D experience in AI & IoT. He is a Y Combinator alum and on the list of Forbes 30 Under 30.
Fandi Peng
Co-Founder & CTO
Prof. LEO Hwa Liang is the Deputy Head of department of biomedical engineering of National University of Singapore. He taught medical device regulation for Singapore-Stanford Biodesign (SSB) program. He has 7 international patents, 128 conference proceedings and 225 peer-reviewed journal papers.
Prof. LEO Hwa Liang
Regulatory Advisor
Prof. John S. Ho
Prof. John S. Ho is an assistant professor in the Department of ECE at the NUS. He is a recipient of the NRF Fellowship and the NUS Young Investigator Award, and has appeared on the MIT Technology Review Innovator Under 35. His current research interests are centered on the development of wireless technologies and their application to human health.
Technical Advisor
Dr. Susan Logan
Clinical Advisor
Dr. Susan Logan, MD is an obstetrics & gynecology specialist. She has been practicing for 27 years and is the co-lead for Women's Health, Alexandra Hospital, the council member of the Obstetrical & Gynaecological, Menopause & Osteoporosis Societies of Singapore. She is an active member of multiple international medical societies.
Dr. Tan Thiam Chye
Dr. Tan is the Medical Director at O&G in Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Singapore. He won SingHealth Excellence Awards 2018 for Distinguished Educator. He has extensive experience of industrial collaborations by partnering with different companies for clinical and commercial co-development, and currently on advisor board of Imagene Labs Pte. Ltd.
Clinical Advisor


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EloCare won the "ESG Healthcare Open Innovation Challenge"

June 18, 2021. The winners of the ESG Healthcare Open Innovation Challenge were announced. EloCare's smart pillbox solution won the Industry Track -- Medication Traceability & Compliance, with up to S$2 million in co-funding grant support at various stages, from prototype, deployment to adoption with challenge owners, National Healthcare Group (NHG) and St Luke's ElderCare (SLEC). Enterprise Singapore, in partnership with five of Singapore’s leading healthcare providers, brings the Healthcare Open Innovation Challenge. The Challenge leverages Singapore’s leading healthcare system, providing a unique opportunity for enterprises to engage with clinicians and healthcare providers, sought to discover innovative solutions that could transform care delivery.

EloCare won the "Hacking Menopause Challenge", organized by AARP Innovation Labs

May 31, 2020. The Hacking Menopause Challenge was announced in January at CES 2020 in response to a 2019 AARP report which found that 93% of menopausal women would be interested in a technology solution to alleviate their menopause symptoms. As part of the challenge, AARP sought to find the world’s best engineers and creative thinkers who are passionate about finding ways to enhance the quality of life for women, before, during, and after menopause, through science-based approaches to wellness and assistive technology.

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