US-based healthcare software solutions company has created a subscriber base of 10,000 in Hyderabad.
Saince HealthTech, an Indian arm of Saince Inc, is launching a healthcare platform Qural, a free-to-subscribe, comprehensive healthcare mobile and desktop application for enabling patients, physicians, pharmacies and labs interconnect with each other. The company is planning to launch the app in all the major metros in India.
US-based healthcare software solutions company has created a subscriber base of 10,000 in Hyderabad. It is looking to take this to one lakh in the next one year.
Raghu Vir, Founder and CEO, Saince Inc, said, “We have designed the platform for all emerging economies across the world. India remains a key market among the emerging economies we want to serve. There are inequalities in the healthcare services, and we want to address this through our platform, removing all geographic barriers. We want to make healthcare more equitable and accessible.”
“We have onboarded 200 doctors in Hyderabad so far. We are also collaborating with several hospital chains. Very soon, Yashoda Hospitals could be onboarded. We have also added about 10 diagnostic labs in the city. We will add more in the coming years. We are looking at what value addition they bring onboard. We will remain selective. We will take onboard offline pharmacies so that they can effectively compete with online pharmacies,” he added.