Healthcare Platform Mfine Launches Its Consumer App


mfine, India’s first AI-driven healthcare platform, has launched its consumer app in Bangalore, making high-quality hospital networks accessible on-demand to consumers.

mfine, India’s first AI-driven healthcare platform, has launched its consumer app in Bangalore, making high-quality hospital networks accessible on-demand to consumers.

mfine is mobile health platform that aggregates branded hospitals to deliver on-demand healthcare services to patients. Its AI platform helps improve doctor productivity and quality of diagnosis.

Commenting on the opportunity, mfine CEO Prasad Kompalli said, “We believe digital health is going to transform the $40B primary healthcare market of India. We are excited to see positive response from consumers and have already got 10,000 app installs from Bangalore within 4 weeks of launch. Consumers are seeing the value in connecting to hospitals instantly and having online consultations instead of looking for of appointments, reaching the hospital and facing long wait times. Early customer feedback shows also that they love the proactive follow up they experience from mfine”

By using the mfine app patients reach quality doctors within 10 mins, consult with them and get the prescription. All their medical history (prescription, lab reports, and other data ) securely stored in the app and they also get timely medicine reminders for better adherence to prescription.
The 9-months old startup is partnering with top hospitals and getting Senior consultants from there to be available for online consultations. Mfine’s app for doctors boosts the efficiency and effectiveness using standard medical protocols and AI.

“Hospitals are very keen to adopt digital platform to deliver care and being on mfine appthey can provide instant and continuous care to more patients. We will be adding 25 hospital centers by early next year ” Co-founder , Ashutosh Lawania added.

Two more leading multi speciality hospitals, Aster CMI Hospital and People Tree Hospitals signed up into the mfine’s network recently, as mfine is expanding the partnership network doctors’ availability on the platform rapidly.

Dr Nitish Shetty, CEO of Aster CMI Hospital said, “Digital health is definitely the future of primary care delivery as it offers convenience of access for consumers and much better economics for hospitals and doctors.”

Dr Adarsh Somashekar, CEO of Ovum, an established mother and childcare specialty hospital who already consults on mfine added, “With mfine app, patients are reaching Ovum Hospitals when they need to and get complete care online and at the hospital in a seamless experience. We are able to do consultations much faster with mfine, as all time taking aspects like case preparation, routine follow ups are taken care by mfine.”

Founded by former Myntra executives Prasad Kompalli and Ashutosh Lawania, mfine raised $1.5 Million in a funding round led by Stellaris Venture Partners in June.

Kompalli and Lawania started mfine after helping build Myntra as the dominant fashion retailer in the country. At Myntra, Lawania was a cofounder and Kompalli the Chief Business Officer. They are joined at mfine by former Myntra CTO Ajit Narayanan, and Arjun Choudhary, previously the head of Digital Marketing at Myntra. Dr. Jagadish Prasad, interventional neuroradiologist and founder of Femiint Health, brings strong clinical expertise to the team.

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