Healthtech startup HealthQik has raised seed funding of Rs 1.7 crore
Healthtech startup HealthQik has raised seed funding of $250,000 (Rs 1.7 crore) from two angel investors, Virendra Prakash Sharma (from Indonesia) and Gagan Lamba (from the US).
- The Healthtech startup HealthQik founded in 2016, by Abhinav Sehgal (10 years experience of working in the US healthcare sector).
- Co-Founder Manish Pandey has a CTO position in the startup, also a co-founder in many startups Loadmonk, Jetwave Solutions, Own A Space.
- Co-founder Ishita Rastogi have experience of product management with Ericsson and McKinsey.
The healthtech startup HealthQik offers a cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) platform to patients to schedule their visit and record their all medical data in a platform, easily accessible to doctor anytime.
The Healthtech startup HealthQik provides platform as a service to Doctor as well as for the patients. HealthQik operates in 13 cities of India, where patients can schedule their visits.
FIND DOCTORS- Service available in the cities including Amritsar, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chhindwara, Dehradun, Delhi, Indore, Itarsi, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Lucknow, Mumbai and Patna.
HealthQik works on the Website and app and provide services like Online Appointment Booking, e-Reminders via SMS and email and Digital Medical Records.
Healthtech startup HealthQik is a cloud-based platform where patients and doctors can connect each other so a patient can receive quality care and services that are remotely accessible anytime, anywhere.
In India, a general practice of health data in physical form but now trend is changing and HealthQik e-health platform provides an option to save your data in the cloud and assemble at any time you need.
The company not mentioned the number of visits scheduled by them and the number of doctors using the services. (Data will be updated if provided by company).
Healthcare in India is growing at a rapid pace, currently valued at US$ 100 billion, and expected to touch US$ 280 billion by 2020.
Digital intervention in healthcare is expected to drive the industry at a CAGR of 23% by 2020.Tweet
The India Digital Health Report 2017 has surveyed the Digital and Online presence of 160 healthcare firms in India, covering Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices & Equipment, Diagnostics and Hospitals. With this we aimed to capture digital integration required at all steps of a patient’s journey, from lookout for symptomatic information, HCP interaction, diagnosis, treatment and follow ups. The report has surveyed digital presence across 12 key parameters.
Digital Healthcare is the ‘healthcare of the future’.