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Credihealth Secures Investment From Twitter’s Director of Engineering, Rajat Malhotra

Credihealth Secures Investment From Twitter’s Director of Engineering, Rajat Malhotra

Gurgaon-based online healthcare service provider, Credihealth has secured an undisclosed amount of strategic investment from Rajat Malhotra, director of engineering at Twitter India.

As a part of investment, Rajat will join Credihealth’s board and will help the company scale up its technology. He has 17 years of experience in organisations like ZipDial, Naukri, and GenPact

Ravi Virmani, founder & MD of Credihealth said, “I’m confident of Rajat guiding Credihealth’s foray into innovative technology in the digital healthcare space. His strategic inputs will help the company expedite its growth by many folds.”

Over his investment in healthcare startup Rajat said,

Healthcare industry has grown rapidly over few years, in a very unstructured way. I personally believe that connecting people to right doctor and hospital with right technology is the need of the hour. Healthcare sector in India is growing at CAGR upward of 20%, whereas telemedicine market in India is expected to reach $18 Bn in next two years. Credihealth is at a stage where it is ripe to scale up rapidly and grow significantly with the industry. With Rajat on board, Credihealth plans to invest further on its technology and scale it up.

Credihealth is primarily web and mobile centric provider of personalized guidance in hospitalization services to patients. The portal works with a team of in-house doctors to sort out all queries and confusions of the patients.

The startup claims to have serviced 50,000 patients last year and has over 7000 leading doctors from all over the country on its platform. Claiming to be the largest hospital network in India with services in cities like New Delhi, NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore, Credihealth, has tie ups with over 450 prime hospitals across India including Fortis healthcare and Jaslok Hospital.

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