Healthtech startup mfine now live in Delhi NCR

Franchise India Bureau
Franchise India Bureau Aug 26 2019 - 1 min read
Healthtech startup mfine now live in Delhi NCR
At present, Delhi NCR accounts for 15% of consultations done on mfine.

Healthtech startup mfine has entered into Delhi NCR. It is an AI-powered, on-demand healthcare service which enables virtual medical consultations. The startup enables consumers to consult doctors within 60 secs, anytime and from anywhere.

The healthtech firm has collaborated with the city’s leading hospitals including CK Birla Hospital for Women, Sarvodaya Hospital & Research Centre, Asian Hospital and Institute of Medical Sciences, Cloudnine Hospital, Aakash Hospital, Paras Hospitals, Medeor Hospitals, Mother land Hospitals, and Orchid Hospital Maternity and Heart Centre.

At present, Delhi NCR accounts for 15% of consultations done on mfine. In a bid to address this demand and increase accessibility for consumers in the region, mfine is planning to sign up 75 hospitals and over 500 doctors in the next 6 months.

The mhealth solution of mfine helps users to consult with doctors, virtually and when they need. The consultation covers complete diagnoses and a valid digital prescription. 

Mfine was launched in Bengaluru in December 2017. So far, it has done more than 3,00,000 transactions across doctors consuls, diagnostics tests and e-pharmacy.

The firm has more than 600 doctors from 175 leading hospitals consulting across 22 different specialties. It eyes to achieve over 20,00,000 consultations by this financial year and will partner with more than 300 top hospitals and healthcare partners across the country.

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