Digital health startup, Click2Clinic Healthcare bets big on its ‘home heal’

The company's app based services currently available on Android and Apple app store has already expanded its services in Bangalore, Lucknow, Calcutta and Delhi within a month of its launch

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Hyderabad: The home healthcare service provider Click2Clinic Healthcare, that connects patient-doctor at home, announced its expansion plans to cover 12 new cities with launch of its new app service ‘Home Heal’ on 7th March at a press meeting in Hyderabad.

The company has also stated that it will raise INR 3 Crores funding this year to support its expansion plans in India, this is in addition to the 1 Million the parent company Click2Clinic Inc has raised last fiscal.

Click2Clinic Healthcare’s ‘Home Heal’ app based services currently available on Android and Apple app store has already expanded its services in Bangalore, Lucknow, Calcutta and Delhi within a month of its launch. With the expansion into newer cities the company will deploy staff 1400 care givers and nurses.

Talking about Home Heal growth plans Dr Sujeeth R Punnam, Founder and Chairman, Click2Clinic said “We will soon introduce our patient-doctor services in 4 more cities – Mumbai, Pune, Chennai and Ahmedabad. Currently Home Heal offers comprehensive home health services including home nursing, nursing aides, physiotherapy, respiratory services to more than 12,000 subscribers.”

“Furthermore, Click2Clinic is developing a Mobile Pharmacy Point of Sales platform. The application under development will be rolled out this month. Once we establish our foot hold in Metropolitan and Tier I cities, our plans are to go to Tier 2 cities by the year 2019-2020,” revealed Vivek Reddy, Chief Operating Officer of Click2Clinic.

Click2Clinic Healthcare anticipates an infusion of more than a million dollars to augment its technology and new markets penetration to serve several new cities within the next 2 years as it finds strong momentum in user subscription base, Dr Murali Bharadwaz, Co-Founder and CEO of Click2Clinic reaffirming the company’s vision to grow both organically and inorganically.

“To begin with we are targeting 12 centres in India by end of current fiscal. To further amplify our growth we are mulling to go for Series-A funding early 2019. We are assessing the quantum of fund that we need to raise as we progress towards reaching our business milestones,” Dr Murali added.

Dr Venu Kondle, President of Nivano Health (Large Accountable Care Organization), Sacramento, California has joined Home Heal as investor and Board Director. “I’ve seen tremendous value in Home Heal supporting and accelerating the home healthcare app ecosystem and I believe this can have a great impact in building strong convenient patient-doctor relationships through its app platform,” said Dr. Venu Kondle on backing and lending funding support Click2Clinic Healthcare Clinicopedia app.

Late last year the Hyderabad based start-up Click2Clinic Healthcare that aggregates hospitals, clinics, diagnostic firms, pharmacies, ambulance services and allied health services raised Rs 6 crore for its Indian operations for further development of the mobile platform as well as expand its customer base in newer markets. It had also announced an US-based institutional investor investment of $5 million during that time which is undergoing due diligence process. Its comprehensive app ‘Clinicopedia’ launched last year continues to garner strong user base in app stories.