31 July 2020 | News
IPHM aims to assist individuals to reach their own potential by developing skillsets within them, pertinent for their good health, emotional, and mental well-being.
Mumbai based startup IPHM Services has succeeded in raising a seed round of funding from India Angel Fund, most of them Women Entrepreneurs, also first-time angel investors.
IPHM Services (Integrated Personalized Healthcare Management), helps design programs and workshops for the psychological well-being of individuals and employees of large organizations.
Founded by Dr. Sachin Bhavsar, IPHM aims to assist individuals to reach their own potential by developing skillsets within them, pertinent for their good health, emotional, and mental well-being. An influx of funds would mean training more individuals, employees and aspiring entrepreneurs to reach their potential growth and increase general productivity within an individual. After all, all these aspects are interlinked and a positive push in any direction would enhance our own offering.
Being a subject matter expert and an integral part of IPHM Services, Sneh Kulkarni, Co-founder – IPHM Services remarks, "There was always a need-gap between awareness about mental health and real-time use of technology in the healthcare system. We are now one world that has been connected digitally and therefore, it becomes easier to really understand societal structures and socio-economic backgrounds. This enables us to understand the different cultures that people come from, and offer a personalized approach to helping these individuals.”