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  • PharmEasy

    Dharmil Sheth and Dr Shavak Shah founded PharmEasy in 2015, and it now operates in eight Indian cities: Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai, Noida, and Kolkata. PharmEasy's device network had grown to more than 20,000 pin codes within three years of its launch. They now deliver to almost every address in India. Dhaval Shah and Dharmil Sheth, both MBA graduates, were persuaded of the enormous potential that technology has in the healthcare sector. Dhaval Shah, who is also a doctor, recognised promise in the health-tech industry. "The healthcare business is like a circle," Dhaval says, "and you may enter at any point." The organisation aimed to realise its goal of delivering everything connected to healthcare at customers' doorsteps. And it has now succeeded in achieving this goal. In India's healthcare business, digitisation has become a necessary component. Every step in the sector has been digitised, from organising a doctor's visit to delivering results and drugs. And e-pharmacies like PharmEasy deserve a lot of the credit. Because of these e-pharmacies, India's "health commerce industry" is expanding at unprecedented rates. In 2016, PharmEasy won the Owler's HOT in Mumbai title. PharmEasy had completed 80,000 orders a month just two years after its launch. In addition, they had a total of one lakh customers in seven cities across India. In the same year, they were named as one of India's top 100 most promising brands. Forbes India named PharmEasy to its “30 under 30” list in 2017.


  • Mfine

    Mfine is a Bengaluru-based startup that was established in 2017 by Ashutosh Lawania and Prasad Kompalli. Mfine is a health-tech startup that provides a virtual doctor consultation app powered by AI. Their physicians have access to a patented Assistive Intelligence tool that analyses symptoms and provides a reliable prognosis for specialists to evaluate patients. This ensures that the doctor is aware of the patient's condition long before they see them, allowing for a faster and more accurate diagnosis. Mfine aspires to make obtaining reliable healthcare easy, fast, and proactive. They developed mfine with the patient experience in mind, using a mix of cutting-edge technology and collaborations with best-in-class hospitals and clinics. Mfine enables instant and ongoing communication with the best doctors in the best hospitals. It makes use of cutting-edge technology to keep track of your health parameters and to keep all of your health data under your control and available. Digital wearables, mobile apps, and at-home facilities provide much-needed flexibility and pace in getting you the treatment you need when you need it. Stellaris, Prime Venture Partners, Bee Next, and SBI Holdings are among our investors.

  • Strand Life Sciences

    Vijay Chandru ,Ramesh Hariharan ,Swami Manohar, and V. Vinay founded Strand Life Sciences in October 2000. Strand Genomics was the original name, but it was later changed to Strand Life Sciences because it dealt with a variety of other areas of life sciences. Strand NGS is a software framework for analysing data from next-generation sequencing. Strand Life Science is a clinical diagnostic and genomic profiling company in India that offers one of the most comprehensive menus of standard-of-care tests in the country, covering oncology, genetics, fertility, women's health, infectious diseases, and general wellness. Strand Life Sciences collaborates with doctors and hospitals to provide real-time clinical decision support for precise clinical and molecular diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment recommendations. Our goal is to provide Indian people and the Southeast Asian region with world-class, accessible genetics-based, and routine research. Frost & Sullivan Excellence in Technology Award 2005 was given to Strand Life Sciences for its technology platform Ava.