There is a significant imbalance in the distribution of healthcare providers between urban and rural. This is one of the major difficulties facing health service provision globally, especially in developing healthcare systems.
Achieving healthcare equity without significant cost or time delays is a significant challenge. Healthcare solutions that address persistent disparities in access and quality by filling the remaining gaps in care coverage and improving quality of care through an expanded Primary, Secondary and Tertiary care networks, are becoming more important.
The Docta Business comprises three key areas; Software, Mobile Clinical Facilities and disposal Personal Protective Equipment, that each play a vital role in providing a wide array of partners and clients with innovative solutions for their healthcare needs.
Docta’s Telehealth and Medical Software Division is revolutionising how Primary and Specialist Healthcare is delivered to remote and underserved communities via it’s end-to-end telehealth platform and portable hardware solutions.
Docta’s Mobile Clinical Facilities team, has invested heavily into innovative industrial design to develop a first-of-its-kind mobilised primary care vehicle equipped with state of the art digital and telemedical services. As part of Docta’s growing network of strategic partners and recently awarded Healthcare Transformation Project in West Java, the company has also begun to expand its Clinical facilities offering to include pre-fabricated modular clinics and well as innovative hospital design and operation for deployment into Indonesia and other developing markets.
Finally, Docta has recently launched its Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Division in direct response to significant needs arising from the Covid-19 Pandemic. Docta’s established position as a trusted provider of products and services with key stakeholders and partnership with international supplier Force Medical Supply, gives Docta the opportunity to offered a streamlined end-to-end pipeline of vetted PPE product to clients globally.
Dr Andrew Rochford
CEO & Founder
Andrew started Docta in 2013 with the vision of using digital innovation to help people get better access to high quality healthcare. In addition to setting the vision and direction for Docta, he draws on his experience and relationships across multiple industries to drive the company towards success.
Andrew holds two degrees from The University of Sydney in Medical Science and an Honours degree in Medicine and Surgery. He has held high profile positions in Australian Television and Radio Broadcasting having worked for the Nine, Seven and Ten Networks as well as the Australian Radio Network (ARN) and Macquarie Radio (2GB).
Andrew has also held senior clinical roles in Emergency Medicine at multiple hospitals across Australia including Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and Royal Northshore Hospital Sydney
Darren has previously been technical co-founder and founder of various small to mid-range start-up’s and corporations. Throughout his career he has previously architected and developed mobile and web apps for companies including Optus, Virgin Mobile, YesLabs, Sony, Rio Tinto, Virgin Australia, Parramatta Eels, Eagle Boys and many other large and small organisations.
Darren holds a degree from the University of Sydney in Computer Science and Technology. Combining technical knowledge with a keen business eye, Darren's ability to convert business ideas and logic into tangible products has resulted in his work being featured across TV, Newspapers and in various top lists on both Android and IOS App Stores.
COO - Indonesia
Dr Roni Dwi Herdianto
Chief Medical Officer
Alfiah is a Biomedical Scientist and the Chief Operating Officer of Docta Indonesia. She an enthusiastic and self-motivated person who has diverse experience in medical research both preclinical and clinical setting. With professional activities for almost 16 years inside and outside Indonesia, she has developed her scientific knowledge, management skills, and communication skills in these different work environments.
She is dedicated to working with the local communities, district land provincial governments, as well as private healthcare facilities and organizations. She driven by a mission to harness digital solutions to revolutionize the delivery of healthcare services in rural and remote areas.
Alfiah holds her Master’s degree from Vrije Universiteit Brussels in Biomedical Science. Her specialised skill-set and previous experience in leading positions straddling business and science at several organizations has helped Docta to be able to maximize both its managerial and operations locally in Indonesia.
Dr Roni has been working as a Vice Director at RS. Dr. Hafiz Hospital and as the CEO of Al-Amin Medika Private Clinic for the past 5 years. Roni holds a master’s degree from Bandung Islamic University in Hospital Management.
His previous senior hospital managerial roles have helped Docta secure the highest quality patient care and practice managers as well as develop advanced company governance and processes for assessing healthcare quality and safety.
Roni is also experienced in many organisations of varying size having held several core operational and executive positions. He built his own healthcare foundation which focuses on providing healthcare in rural areas. He is dedicated to improving the health status of border communities, which so far have not been touched by the government.
Business Dev. Manager
Trias has worked in numerous industries during his career, from oil & gas, event organisation, and also as part of the palm oil industry. Bringing his macro-economic view of the business to Docta as an early-stage company, he draws on his knowledge and experiences to accelerate Docta’s goals to achieve greater health services in Indonesia
Trias graduated his Master of Business degree from Bandung Institute of Technology. He has worked on various industries as a business developer and business risk consultant, from Petroleum Economist in ETTI Consultant as well as Palm Oil Business Consultant for assessing and consulting at PT. Perkebunan Nusantara (PTPN) plantation.
Dr Ana Mariana
Clinical Ops Manager
Dr Ana is Clinical Operations Manager at Docta Indonesia and has been driving Docta’s efforts to provide high quality, comprehensive healthcare to the poorest people in partnership with the local communities and health officials in rural areas in West Java Province. Ana’s clinical focus includes reducing non-communicable disease, reducing maternal and child disease and health systems strengthening in rural areas.
She had multiple experiences working in rural areas, and she has been running several healthcare programs in collaboration with other health officers, private sector and managerial hospitals. She is also active in several scientific activities and research as well as her previous job as a clinical research assistant in the Indonesian Reproductive Medicine Research and Training Center at RSCM Hospital and Department of Cardiology at Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung.
Ana achieved her Medical Doctor degree from the University of Jenderal Achmad Yani in 2015. And now she currently accepted as a master student from Harvard Medical School in Global Health Delivery Program (MMSc-GHD). Her various experiences in work, education, and research have directed her to remain consistent in social medicine, especially focus on health promotion and prevention in rural areas and providing a preferential option for the poor in healthcare.