Top 10 Funding in the Telemedicine Startups in India in 2022

Telemedicine Startups

Telemedicine StartupsHealthcare is one of mankind’s most important fields that is constantly developing. so, let’s see top telemedicine startups in India.

In healthcare, the TeleTech sector is growing at the fastest pace, after the covid19 pandemic hit the world. Social distancing has made telemedicine, the safest healthcare space. Health technology and telemedicine is the intersection of healthcare and technology, clearly referring to this development

Telehealth makes it simple for patients and healthcare professionals to connect virtually in the comfort of their homes. Telemedicine startups is with less effort, less capital, and less time consumed to consult patients. Telehealth can create an equitable healthcare system, without geographic restrictions and help healthcare services to serve patients equally. There are approximately 3,225 startups focused on health technology in India, and several more are planning to launch.

 

Here mentioned top funding in the telemedicine startups in India:

Innovaccer:

Innovaccer was founded by Abhinav Shashank, Kanav Hasija, and Sandeep Gupta. Innovative Acer provides a platform that uses artificial intelligence to analyze health data. Innovaccer also provides solutions for care management, referral management, and patient engagement. Innovaccer connects and processes healthcare data to create unified patient records, and actionable insights in combination with tools to enable real-time and collaborative care. Innovaccer is funded by 22 investors and its total funding is $379.1millons.

 

PharmEasy:

PharmEasy was founded by Mikhil Innani, Dharmil Sheth, Dhaval Shah. It is a pharmacy-based company. And today it is India’s leading and most trusted cloud healthcare aggregator in the country. Here users can order diagnostic tests and medicines online. The app allows users to order Supplements and healthcare products, medications from local pharmacies via uploading pictures of their prescriptions on the site and collecting samples from local labs for diagnostic testing at home. Pharmeasy is funded by 43 investors and its total funding is $1.6billons.

 

1mg:

1mg Founded by Gaurav Agarwal, Prashant Tandon, Vikas Chauhan, Anurag Mundhada, Sameer Maheshwari. It is India’s leading consumer health platform. The site provides a pharmacy store offering online medicines that can be viewed, compared, and purchased via uploading prescriptions. its mission is to make healthcare accessible, understandable and affordable for a billion Indians. A user can also book appointments with online doctors through this platform. 1mg is funded by 17 investors and its total funding is $204.6millons.

 

Cure.fit:

Cure. fit Founded by Mukesh Bansal · Ankit Nagori. It aims to make fitness fun and easy. it is health and fitness training with nutrition coaching, and mental well-being online and offline. Under this Eatfit, a food delivery app to get healthy, nutritious food. So, it makes workouts fun, daily food is healthy and tasty, mental fitness easy with yoga and meditation. Cure. Fit is funded by 38 investors and its total funding is $674.6millions.

 

Practo:

Practo Founded by Shashank ND · Abhinav Lal. It is the world’s leading cloud healthcare platform. Through these users can book medicine, healthcare products & requirements, book doctor’s appointments around the world. and teleconsultations can be conducted using chat. Practo also makes software products that help healthcare providers ranging from clinics to hospitals digitise and deliver more efficient and higher quality healthcare to millions of patients around the world every day. Practo is funded by 14 investors and its total funding is $228.2millions.

 

Mfine:

Mfine was founded by Ajit Narayanan, Arjun Choudhary, Ashutosh Lawania, Prasad Kompalli. It aims to make your access to trusted healthcare simple, fast, and effective. The Mfine app is a web-based service that offers online doctor consultations, appointment scheduling, and medicine delivery from nearby hospitals, medical stores. Paediatrics, gynaecology, and obstetrics also provide home healthcare services. Mfine is funded by 12 investors and its total funding is $97.6millons.

 

MediBuddy:

Medibuddy was founded by Satish Kannan. India’s Largest & most Trusted Digital Healthcare door to door platform for people, wellness & fitness needs, with a network of 90,000 doctors, 7,000 hospitals, 3000 diagnostic centres covering over 95% of all pin codes in India. At MediBuddy you can book Health check packages, lab tests, virtual healthcare, medicines, doctor consultation, teleconsultation, dental consultation and many more online. MediBuddy is funded by 12 investors and its total funding is $67.1millons.

 

HealthKart:

Healthkart was founded by Sameer Maheshwari. it is India’s leading nutrition and sports supplement platform. The company sells vitamins and supplements, Ayurveda and herbs, health food, and fitness products.it focuses on Quality, Authenticity, Affordability and Accessibility while delivering good health to your doorstep. HealthKart is funded by 8 investors and its total funding is $61millons.

 

Medikabazaar:

Medikabazaar Founded by  Ketan Malkan · Vivek Tiwari. It is a Business to a business online platform for medical supplies and equipment.  They also offer customer service on product specification and usage and hospital devices, materials, and medical consumables. Medikabazaar is funded by 15 investors and its total funding is $112.1millons.

 

Indegene:

Indegene was Founded by Dr Rajesh Nair, Manish Gupta, Dr Sanjay Parikh, Anand Kiran, Gaurav Kapoor. It is a health technology-led healthcare solutions provider combining deep industry expertise with fit-for-purpose technology in an agile and scalable operating model. Indegene is funded by 2 investors and its total funding is $200millons.

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