India, being the 2nd-most populous country in the globe, still lacks an effective public healthcare system. Detecting back the report of the year 2005-06 National Family Health Survey disclosed that 70% of the residents in urban places and 63% of the residents in rural places are depending on private healthcare owing to the poor quality of the public healthcare sector. Of the total number of beds installed between the years 2005 and 2015, 80% have gone into private hospitals.
With the launch of Health 2.0 in the mid-2000s and the mushrooming of digital healthcare startups, the sector has taken latest shape in the last decade. About 90% of the startups evaluated in the year 2015 were working on preventive healthcare and checking solutions, disclosed an InnAccel’s report. Hospitals, medical tools, clinical trials, outsourcing, tele-medicine, medical tourism, health insurance and medical equipment collectively form the pillar of healthcare sector. If you’re thinking of starting a startup in this sector or any other sector for that matter understanding how to manage small business is extremely important and could make or break how your startup turns out.
Today, diagnostic centers, hospitals and doctors can be approached by merely a swipe on a user’s smartphone. Here are the list of few healthtech startups that describes the way healthcare services are achieved, by handling the medical records of the consumers and making a comprehensive platform to deal the healthcare requirements.
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