fee ranges between Rs 1,999 and Rs 11,999 per month for a provider, depending on the complexity of the offer and need. Patients can use the app to understand reports, analyse past health data, and monitor their health using health trackers.
The start-up, which is working with around 650 diagnostic centres, aims to simplify the workflow of the laboratories and reduce errors in the medical reports. It will also help scale their point of sales beyond borders, capture and maintain patient data integrity.
The main challenge for the company is getting customers onboard. According to Abhimanyu Bhosale, co-founder and CEO, "Bringing customers onboard is resource heavy. When we get enterprise customers onboard, we need our team on-site to ensure we get their staff and systems ready to migrate to our systems. We are working on automating our onboarding process to distribute related challenges on-site."
With established players like Practo, it remains to be seen how much impact LiveHealth
can make in the e-Healthcare segment.