6 Health Tech Startups to look out

By : |July 19, 2019 0

Thanks to the concept of Digital India. An initiative which has eased human life, as now everything is on the Internet. The latest technology has made it possible for everyone to be present anywhere anytime at one click. The major impact of Digital India is witness in the healthcare sector which has touched the lives of rural & urban people. We have witnessed various innovative startups that help in ordering medicine to online, to take an appointment to have a CCU at home.

In 2019, we have seen a steep rise in health tech startups. Let’s have a look at some trending startups we should have a look at:

Ask Apollo

Ask Apollo

It is a health tech app comes from the Apollo Group; you can book appointments at Apollo Hospitals near you, order medicines from the Apollo pharmacy (10% discount) or have online consultations with doctors working with Apollo. It is a fairly quality app as each department is classified and the time and doctor information are available readily. What’s more, you get quality service and the quality assurance of Apollo. A plus point: the app gives out lots of reading on health and wellness.



Started in 2016, Docttocare is based out of Bangalore. The online healthcare portal lets users from non-metro cities access quality healthcare and book an appointment with and hospitals located in metro cities. The startup also arranges transport for patients, if necessary. currently has tie-ups are with healthcare solution providers such as Manipal Hospital, Apollo Hospital, Sakra Hospital, ARTEMIS, BLK hospitals, and others.




Cure.fit intelligently integrates physical fitness (Cult.fit), mental fitness (Mind.fit), healthy food (Eat.fit) and recently launched primary care (Care.fit) vertical, which includes doctor consultation, health checkup and managed care plans on a single platform. While Cult.fit health tech app focuses on improving an individual’s physique strength and fitness; Eat.fit focuses on suggesting healthy and nutritive food diet, and Mind.fit for mental wellbeing.




DocsApp is a platform which has on-boards only specialist doctors who are then connected with patients in under 30 minutes. The platform goes a step further in understanding the patient’s condition and, accordingly, connecting with the right doctor. The platform offers multi-language service across India with expertise in more than 18 areas such as paediatrics, gynaecology, psychology, cardiology, neurology, oncology, are few to names.



Built on its integration and interoperability platform, Innovaccer helps providers with artificial intelligence applications for care management, physician burnout reduction, and patient engagement.

Some of their clients include Hartford Healthcare, University of California, Mercy ACO Iowa, UniNet Healthcare Network of Nebraska, Inmediata Health Integrated Solutions of Puerto Rico, StratiFi Health Network.



CANscript founded in 2010 is a unique diagnostic platform that delivers treatment response predictions. The platform utilises a clinical data-trained algorithm to deliver a response prediction per treatment tested with a high correlation to clinical outcome.

Founded in 2010, part of Mitra’s head office is based in Greater Boston, US, and maintains a significant research and laboratory presence in Bengaluru.

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