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HealthifyMe Lays Off 150 Employees

A Bengaluru-based Health tech startup, HealthifyMe lays off 150 employees to achieve profitability amid the funding winter and recession

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Truemeds Raises $5Mn From InfoEdge, Others

To facilitate this, the start-up has created a web-based platform and application. A patient needs to upload their prescription, get on a free consultation call with the platform’s doctor and the medicine is delivered to their doorstep.

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Stride Ventures Leads INR 25 Crore Debt Round In MediBuddy

MediBuddy helps its users consult specialist doctors, order medicines and book lab tests from the comfort of their homes. It is also a partner to several leading corporate customers in the country and helps their employees access multiple healthcare benefits

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Analytics The Change Driver For Smart Healthcare

Using analytics as a proactive change agent, however, has more potential to drive change within healthcare by empowering and enhancing the three pillars – Quality of care, Access to care, and Cost of care.

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Sarathi Healthcare, an Agetech Start-Up Raises INR 1Crore

Sarathi plans to use these funds to finance its goals of 20x growth, by adding medical specialties as well as new towns to provide service.

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IvyCap Ventures, Pentathlon Ventures, And SOSV Invest USD 300K In Superpro.Ai In A New Round Of Funding

Startups can either embed the widgets or use the API or SDK to integrate customizable video communication experiences in their websites or apps.

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Netmeds to invest close to $10 million to integrate and grow KIVI Healthcare Business Segment

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Practo Announces $55M Series D Funding

“We’ve closed $55 million in series D funding, led by Tencent Holdings Limited. I would like to thank 3 new partners who have also invested namely ru-net, RSI Fund (owned by Recruit Holdings) and Thrive Capital. I am also thankful for the continued support of our existing investors- Sequoia, Capital G (formerly Google Capital), Matrix Partners, Altimeter and Sofina.”

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ten3T, Medical Grade Wearable Device Startup, Raises Seed Funding Led By pi Ventures

Bangalore based medical grade wearable device startup, ten3T announced that it has raised an angel round of funding from Pi Ventures. The round also saw participation by a group of angels, including V. Krishna Prasad, Co-Founder of Qikwel, Bhupen Shah and other angel investors from the Valley and Bangalore. ten3T has developed its first wearable medical device ‘Cicer’, which will make cardiac health easily accessible to everyone.

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Meet the Top 8 Winners of the IBM SmartCAMP 2016 - HeathTech Startups

Hundreds of applications were sifted through to find the most innovative Indian startups in the healthcare technology space.

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