- For every 1,000 people, the number of physicians in India stands at 0.7 (less than 1), a metric that places the country way behind the global average of 1.5 physicians per 1,000 people.
- On the heels of World Health Day, we take a look at five such startups making healthcare efficient and affordable for us.
- However, with only 500 pathologists specialising in cancer diagnosis – according to a NITI Aayog report – India faces a backlog, between the number of pathologists available and the number of samples collected.
- Medical wearable startup ten3T was born out of a chat around how to build a medical grade device to monitor a patient's health.
- Mumbai-based AADAR is one such venture operating in the "Ayurveda-inspired" preventive healthcare space.
These 5 startups are monitoring India’s health with AI, machine learning and smart apps
8 April 2019 4:48 AM GMT