Agatsa is a technology-driven platform offering affordable and connected health management support.
Agatsa, the health solutions provider, has raised $1 million funding. The funds have been raised from Indian Angel Network (IAN) and the Technology Development Board (TDB), Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.
The company will utilize the fresh funds to expand its global outreach along with scaling up its operations and marketing.
Agatsa was founded by Neha and Rahul Rastogi in 2014. It is a technology-driven platform offering affordable and connected health management support.
Rahul and Neha Rastogi, Co-founders, Agatsa, said, “Our first line of products under the label SanketLife is aimed at addressing the delay in getting cardiac care post the appearance of a symptom. Going forward, we plan to create a range of products including wearables that will help in the timely diagnosis and management of non-communicable diseases. We are delighted to get support from IAN and TDB.”
Priyank Agarwal, IAN lead investor, stated, “Everybody is privy to the alarming rise of heart-related problems in India amongst both the elderly and the young. Against such a backdrop, it is heartening to see start-ups such as Agatsa using cutting-edge technology to provide Indians with innovative and low-cost cardiac care products and services. Its unique, tech-led approach to affordable healthcare is solving some of the most pressing problems for a large consumer base comprising the general public, GPs, paramedics, healthcare companies, etc.”
Agatsa further aims to launch a wearable device offering early detection of 17 different diseases like diabetes, epilepsy, obesity, anxiety, and neuropathy, etc.
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