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    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2009
    Founders
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    Funding Rounds
    Series A
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    Products/Services
    Scientific Midwifery services

    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2011
    Founders
    Funding Rounds
    Series A
    Products/Services
    Health-care query suggestion

    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2012
    Funding Rounds
    Angel
    Investors
    Products/Services
    VectorDoc provides a mobile phone app that is intended to be used by a low skill resource to both triage and return a preliminary diagnosis with high accuracy

    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2010
    Founders
    Funding Rounds
    Higher than Series B
    Products/Services
    NephroPlus is setting up dialysis centres all over India to provide affordable and quality healthcare. With a strong commitment towards quality and ‘guest’ care, we are spearheading a change in the way dialysis is done in India. One of the primary goals of NephroPlus is to remind, enable and make sure that dialysis patients lead a life as close to normal as possible. We strive to remind our guests and make sure that the dialysis sessions remain a small part of their lives.

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2014
    Founders
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
    -
    Products/Services
    On seeing the increase in HIV/AIDs, they bridge the gap between the health-related programmes and the people.

    Health | -
    Founding Year
    2014
    Founders
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
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    Products/Services
    They provide a kit for breast cancer patients which is of use post-surgery.
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    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2014
    Founders
    -
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
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    Products/Services
    -

    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2015
    Founders
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    Funding Rounds
    Angel
    Investors
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    Products/Services
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    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2013
    Founders
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
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    Products/Services
    nSmiles has come up with a mobile application called Happy Being which allows to store videos and pictures which one can retrieve and visit later while they feel gloomy. The latest version of the app allows one to book an appointment with a psychiatrist by just paying a nominal fee. One can even contact counsellors without revealing their identity.

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    1993
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
    -
    Products/Services
    Various projects undertaken by the organization to combat mental illness are:

    Adaikalam: Under this programme, the organization rescues the women from the streets. Community Mental Health Project: Offers mental healthcare to rural and urban masses. Community Living Project: Offers a long-stay shelter especially to women under which they produce bags, cook and engage themselves in therapeutic activities.

    The Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health (BALM): Through this, they are training, increasing the stakeholders and building a strong network which can create a positive impact on the society.

    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2006
    Founders
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
    Products/Services
    It is India's first naturopathy clinic and hospital.

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2010
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
    -
    Products/Services
    Blood Donation Platform

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2003
    Founders
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    Funding Rounds
    -
    Investors
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    Products/Services
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    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    2004
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
    -
    Products/Services
    -

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2008
    Funding Rounds
    Higher than Series B
    Products/Services
    -

    Health | Hybrid
    Founding Year
    2010
    Funding Rounds
    -
    Investors
    -
    Products/Services
    Medical care

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2012
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
    -
    Products/Services
    sms4blood is a mobile SMS based application for Blood seekers + Blood Donors. The application was developed keeping in mind the knowledge of common man and hence it is an easy way to access the mobile SMS to find blood donor and blood seeker. No Internet connection is required to use this service. Services is available for all Indian mobile operators’ users.

    Health | For-profit
    Founding Year
    before 1980
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
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    Products/Services
    Aravind Eye Hospitals is a hospital chain in India. It was founded by Dr. Govindappa Venkataswamy (popularly known as Dr.V) atMadurai, Tamil Nadu in 1976. It has grown into a network of eye hospitals and has had a major impact in eradicating cataract related blindness in India.[2][3][4] As of 2012, Aravind has treated nearly 32 million patients and performed 4 million surgeries, the majority of them being cheap or free making it the world’s largest and most productive eye-care service group. The model of Aravind Eye Care hospitals has been applauded and has become a subject for numerous case studies across the world

    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2014
    Funding Rounds
    Series A
    Products/Services
    Karma Healthcare sets up rural health clinics in villages that have poor health facilities. A Karma Clinic caters to a population of about 20,000 to 25,000.

    Each Karma Clinic has an android-based tablet (with an in-built webcam and mobile based Internet Connection), wireless printer, external speaker and other clinical equipment.

    A community health worker (CHW), who is a nursing staff is employed at this clinic. When a patient walks in to a clinic, the CHW asks patient about his/her symptoms, records vital parameters and facilitates a video consultation between the patient and a physician.

    The physician examines the patient, gives consultation and writes a prescription. The prescription is then digitally signed and emailed to the clinic. The CHW at the rural health center prints the prescription, dispenses and explains the dosage to patient. Medicines are provided free-of-cost (only at the prescription of the physician).
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    Health | Non-profit
    Founding Year
    2006
    Funding Rounds
    No funding
    Investors
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    Products/Services
    1. Health Services

    a. Detection, treatment and prevention of TB. b. Over-the-counter medicines and supplements to treat side-effects of TB drugs. c. Detection + treatment/ management of diabetes and heart diseases e. Detection of mental health problems f. Contraceptives g. Vaccination h. Iron supplements to pregnant women i. Oral Rehydration Salt to prevent deaths of children from diarrhea + dehydration j. Nutritional supplements + non-perishable food for the malnourished. 2. Financial Services a. National Pension Scheme – Lite: a pension scheme for the poor that is subsidized by the Government of India, which matches beneficiaries’ contribution 100% (up to Rs. 1000 = $16, pa). OpASHA provides this service in collaboration with a sister social business. b. Micro-Accident Insurance. 3. High quality drinking water and reading glasses at affordable prices

    4. OpASHA provides jobs to slum dwellers who work as providers and community partners.

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