30 May 2019, India:
Healthcare startup KnowDi has launched it’s online platform. The platform enables patients to access the healthcare services like booking doctor’s appointment, ordering medicines to book diagnostic tests.
It also has the unique distinction of building a centralized repository for patient data. The patient can access their complete medical history on the KnowDi platform, and this same history can be shared with the doctor upon the patient’s consent.
KnowDi is building comprehensive and digitized patient data while upholding patient privacy, the company said in a statement.
Subscribers can order medicines online with a free delivery charge. Patients using this application will have control over medical records, prescriptions and diagnostic results and would be able to access it anytime anywhere.
The firm has launched a pilot study earlier this year providing the services to a set of users and it was found successful in solving a lot of pain points associated with healthcare services.
Pramod Arehalli, Co-Founder KnowDi, said, “It is very heartening to see the response to Knowdi from the doctors present at the event and the public at large. We are beginning our journey with Bengaluru because we know that people here are very tech savvy and are eager for an integrated healthcare solution that will solve their issues.”
KnowDi has already tied up with 22 hospitals, 50+ pharmacies, and over 750 doctors in the Bengaluru region. Over the next 6 to 9 months, the company will consolidate its presence across Bengaluru after which it will shift focus to other major cities in South India including Chennai, Kochi, Trivandrum, and Hyderabad.
(Image – KnowDi)