03 Nov Healthcare Innovations in India
Nidhi Saxena is seasoned healthcare entrepreneur. She has 16 years of healthcare, life sciences & technology expertise. Currently driving Zoctr.com, India’s first healthcare aggregator patient engagement platform and mobile application that leverages a unique, disruptive and fully integrated business model to offer home, tele-health & remote monitoring services to patients on a Pan-India basis thereby improving overall quality and accessibility of care, improved patient compliance and medical outcomes and dramatically reduced healthcare costs.
Zoctr Health Network is a first-of-its kind pan-India Home & Telehealth Company that provides a comprehensive portfolio of home based medical services including long term Intensive Care, Chronic Care & Wellness, Corporate Wellness and Health Check-up programs and other subscription based value added services such as Teleconsulting, Home Laboratory Pick-ups, Home/Online Pharmacy and Emergency Management Support to its customers leveraging a proprietary, fully integrated and technology led business model. It also integrates several health services like doctor appointments, home health services, remote monitoring services, laboratory, pharmacy, medical equipment, telehealth, and ambulatory support. Zoctr raised a funding of $1 million from certain angel investors to improve and expand its presence in Pune, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Kolkata.
Dr Srivats Bharadwaj is the founder, chairman & CEO at Vatsalya Dental, Bangalore, India. After completing his studies he has traveled far and wide across the world lecturing, teaching and for research activities. His innovative approach to dentistry applies two guiding principles derived from his international exposure and life experiences.
Statistics reveal that there is one dentist for every 10,000 people in urban areas in India. In rural areas, however, there is one dentist for 150,000 people. This is an indication of the challenge that exists in India when it comes to oral health. In an endeavour to contain this challenge “Vatsalya” was launched.
Vatsalya is a dental care firm for oral healthcare which provides end to end dental treatment at your doorstep. Recently the firm launched its 24/7 emergency home dental care services where it charges only the transportation cost as extra. The team had recently acquired a funding of Rs 11 crore from S-Squared Captial Investments, USA. The home healthcare company focuses on special needs dentistry and preventive dentistry. The team at Vatsalya also provides services like surgical removal of teeth, laser surgeries, complete or partial denture prosthesis, root canal therapy and fixed and bridge crown prosthesis.
A brainchild of IIT alumni Vipin, Abhishek and Garima, Care24 offers professional care from trained caregivers that help the patient recuperate at home. Care24 has been in operation since 2014 and has successfully helped 40000+ families heal at home in Mumbai and Delhi.
The Mumbai-based home healthcare platform offers verified caregiver services across Mumbai. The startup raised a series A funding of $4 million led by SAIF Partners and seed investor India Quotient. As of February this year, the startup had clocked 600 transactions in a day. They have a network 24×7 nurses, attendants, and certified physiotherapists, who help individuals through the rehabilitation process.
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