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Top 7 Health Tech Startups In India In 2021

| Published on August 7, 2021

1. PharmEasy

Founded in 2015, PharmEasy offers a platform for online ordering of medicines and diagnostics tests. The platform has become particularly a huge boon in these pandemic ridden times where it was quite difficult to go out and buy medicines. Based out of Mumbai, the platform also offers healthcare products and supplements too.

2. Practo

This online platform offers the services of appointment booking, telemedicine and practice management. It enables dialog between a doctor and a patient through chat-based teleconsultation. The consumers of the application can also manage all their reports and purchase medicines using Practo. The company was founded in 2008 and is based out of Bangalore.

3. Innovaccer

This health tech startup is a provider of a cloud and AI based patient health data analytics platform. Used primarily in healthcare centers, it helps populate the data for population health management. The platform offers multiple solutions such as the likes of virtual care networks, SDOH management and remote patient monitoring amongst others.

4. Indegene

This health tech startup provides health reform solutions to payers and providers in North America. Founded in 1998, the startup is based out of Princeton in the United States and in Ahmedabad in India. It provides for a lot of analytical tools for ease of understanding data and also offers cloud based platforms for customer engagement and member loyalty retention.

5. Axtria

Axtria provides data analytics and software platforms which help their clients in maintaining records pertaining to sales, marketing, customers, revenue, supply chain management as well as risk management. The company currently works for more than 30 clients, 5 of which are from the fortune 50 companies.

6. MedGenome

This platform offers end to end clinical genomics services to the Indian pharmaceutical industry. It helps physicians and hospitals to pinpoint mutation hotspots in patients, identify prevalent cancer types as well as link mutations to open clinical trials. The company is based out of Bangalore and was founded in 2013.

7. HealthKart

An online store which offers a diverse range of health, sports and nutritional supplements to its consumers, HealthKart is based out of Gurgaon and was founded in the year 2011. The platform also provides you with a list of trending products in vivid categories pertaining to health and fitness while also providing consultation services with nutritionists.

The Indian health-tech industry has definitely scaled up to greater heights post the covid-19 pandemic and continues to contribute to the economic growth of the country.

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