In 2020 and 2021, teleconsultation has been at its peak. COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the need for integrating all the steps in the clinical pathway digitally.
Most individuals can recount consulting their doctor on a phone, or using a network or video links like Facetime, WhatsApp, or Zoom at some point. It has been prevalent for a while now and is not a new concept in India. Nevertheless, it is not a sustainable mode of consultation at a scale that India needs, mainly due to the lack of a proper teleconsultation platform and modularity of patients’ data.
Here are a list best four health-tech apps-
Navia Life Care– Navia Life Care is a health technology company with a special focus on patient care. They believe in healthcare with simplicity. Their tools enable users to manage their health on their fingertips. Navia Life Care’s mission is to improve the lives of people through innovative products and services. We aim to provide simple tools enabling better management of a person’s health in the most convenient way.
Aayu: Aayu is a health-tech platform founded by Shreyans Mehta, Co-founder which provides teleconsultation services and allows its users to order medicines from nearby medical stores and get them delivered at their doorstep in the quickest time i.e. 2 hours. Also, it lets users store their important medical records like prescriptions and reports, and eliminates the hassle of maintaining easy-to-lose hard copies. One can order medicine by uploading a prescription or by searching the names of the medicines on the app. Aayu app is connected to a hyper-local network of more than 25,000 medical stores across India in states including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Punjab, Haryana, Chattisgarh, West Bengal, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, and Telangana. It gives the users an option to select the nearest and trustworthy medical store from the list available on the app.
Medlife International: It is an Indian online platform, which provides pharmacy, diagnostics, and e-consultation in India. It was founded in 2014 by Prashant Singh and Tushar Kumar. The company has a central laboratory-based in Bangalore and delivers daily to 29 states. Medlife has brought together doctors, pharmacists, path labs and consumers on a single platform. Medlife has a lot more to offer than just buying medicines online.
NetMeds: It is an online pharmacy based in Chennai, India. Netmeds provides online ordering and mail delivery of prescription and non-prescription medications. Netmeds and additional Indian online pharmacies began operation in 2015, Indian consumers had no choice but to travel at times long distances to buy their medications, and to wait in queues at pharmacies to make their purchases.