Bengaluru and Hyderabad-based healthcare startup HealthSignz raised $5 million in a funding. The round was led by Dr Kantilal Patel, founder of New Zealand-based Nirvana Health Group.
HealthSignz is an artificial intelligence-driven healthcare platform which uses a proprietary AI engine to help its users. They have tied up with hospitals, pharma, diagnostics, wellness, healthcare devices and essentials to help customers get the required service with the help of an app.
Hanumantha Rao, co-founder and CEO at HealthSignz, told a web portal, “Accessibility and affordability to basic healthcare treatment continue to be a challenge in India. We see HealthSignz delivering great value for capital-intensive tertiary care centre to stand alone practising providers for treating illness, and enhancing overall wellness through disease prevention.”
HealthSignz caters to both B2B and B2C users and plans to commercially launch the platform by August 2018.
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Dr Patel told a newswire, “With increasing population and health care needs, we see a huge potential for AI solutions to restructure how medical care is delivered.”
Healthsignz is a team of professionals with a significant level of expertise spanning multiple disciplines for over four decades. Identifying health and wellness as the primary factors that drive liveliness in individuals, lead to the integration of their knowledge with their common values. Driven by a passion to contribute to the advancement of the happiness quotient and well being of communities as a whole, the team tries to touch as many lives as possible by enriching them with their products.
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