Medical support service platform, Medidaili has raised $100,000 from a clutch of private investors. The funding will be used towards product development, increasing brand presence and tying up with more number of diagnostic centres pan India.
“With new medicines, care technology and curing techniques, the approach towards medical care and diagnostics has changed and needs to be more specific and precise, ” said Akshay Hartalkar, co-founder of Medidaili.
Medidaili’s app provides specialised medical support services including diagnostics, healthcare packages and emergency services.
“Recent trends indicate growing usage of mobile technology by consumers and major healthcare players in India. Reduction of healthcare cost, increasing control on their health and the sheer convenience being offered by mobile technology is the prime reason behind this shift in mindset,” said Manish Dashputre, co-founder of Medidaili.
The startup, which was established in November 2015, is currently live in Bengaluru and Indore and will be going live in Hyderabad and Pune by end of March.