02 July 2019 | News
DocOnline won a project to run 10 PHC
Telemedicine startup DocOnline, based in Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Pune, has recently collaborated with the government of Uttar Pradesh (UP) to expand its services and to reach out to a larger number of people.
DocOnline won a project to run 10 PHC (Primary Health Centres) with telemedicine platform in different places of UP to provide complete healthcare solution for the semi-rural and rural people where providing health care is a challenge.
The primary goal and objective of this project is to treat the patients through tele-consultancy; to empower the rural people to get treatment on line, to provide people with diagnostic tests; and to build confidence among people for getting on line treatment from doctor.
Incorporated in 2016, DocOnline makes healthcare services available to users from anywhere and at any time. It makes healthcare affordable and easily accessible through online consultations with certified experienced General Practitioners via telephone, video and chat facilities.
Currently, the startup has around 150000 users on-board through its subscription and consultation based models.
“We are planning to increase our footprint in more cities in India. We also intend to implement artificial intelligence based solutions to our services to enhance the efficiency. Using technology to further the cause of healthcare in India is the need of the hour and DocOnline intends to be at the forefront. Our vision is to create a healthier life for all people in India and we will continue to apply technology to get creative healthcare solutions”, shared Markus Moding, CEO and Founder DocOnline.