The Pune-based tech start-up ThingsMeet Solutions, which recently raised $145K from an angel investor Ankush Mehta, on May 5, 2016 launched a consumer centric healthcare
app Prescribez. “We are trying to create a borderless health collaboration ecosystem. With more than two decades of experience in healthcare
and technology, we understand that there has been a lot of advancement in technology in healthcare
but the area of health information technology continues to remain under-explored. This is where Prescribez comes in,” commented Neeraj Joshi, co-founder & CEO, ThingsMeet Solutions.
Manish Bandil, co-founder and director (product engineering), ThingsMeet Solutions, added, “Prescribez provides a consumer centric comprehensive, 360 degree view of health keeping consumer at the center of the ecosystem. Our advanced health alerts, easy health monitoring and futuristic health condition assessments will make us stand apart in the market that is still focused on healthcare provider search.”
A consumer centric health service aggregator, Prescribez makes collaboration between consumers and service providers like doctors, labs and pharmacies easy, by bringing them on one platform. A one-stop solution for users, Prescribez allows them to search and avail health services through the app.
“Prescribez is a perfect health information management tool. By providing all the health information of patient, it reduces the chance of medical errors, improves medication compliance and helps in predicting future health conditions, leading to significant improvement in health outcomes for patients,” said Cherag Mehta, co-founder and director (business development), ThingsMeet Solutions.
Today, Prescribez already has 700 doctors on the platform in Pune alone. In the future, the app will provide intelligent insights into one’s futuristic health risks and offer the facility to capture health information easily at home from smart health devices and share it using smart phones. This has potential to revolutionise the way healthcare is delivered in the future.
“With use of home health devices having wireless connectivity with smart phones can help in recording vital health information which can be used by the providers to enhance treatment plans. Lastly, using powerful analytics and big data solutions, meaningful and personalised insights can help in predicting future health complications and can motivate people to adopt healthy lifestyle which can eliminate or delay the onset of lifestyle diseases,” stated Jayant Kaduskar, co-founder and CTO, ThingsMeet Solutions.