HealthTech startup BigOHealth has raised an undisclosed amount in a funding round from SAMRIDH funded by USAID.
Currently, BigOHealth is operational in 3 districts of Bihar with more than 300 doctors and serving more than 45,000 patients. They are supported and incubated by Incubation Centre IIT Patna, IIM Udaipur Incubation Centre, and Bangalore Bioinnovation Centre. Recently, they raised an undisclosed amount from SAMRIDH funded by USAID.
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They are a group of engineers, physicians, doers, and dreamers who are redefining how rural India accesses and uses healthcare. They all want to use technology and our hyper-local distribution networks to improve healthcare facilities in rural India. Because of this, they aim to raise the standard of living for everyone.
Lack of accessible and affordable healthcare keeps half a billion rural Indians underserved and deprived of basic medical attention until it becomes life-threatening. To serve these underserved populations and provide them timely and hassle-free access to quality and affordable healthcare services across primary, specialist and tertiary care, Gaurav and Shubham founded a healthTech startup BigOHealth in the final year of their college.
BigOHealth, founded by software engineers Gaurav R and Shubham Shreyas in their third year of college, aims to make quality primary, specialist, and tertiary healthcare affordable and accessible to half a billion rural Indians.
The Mission of BigOHealth is to develop into a one-stop shop for all of BHARAT’s healthcare requirements. to provide primary, specialist, and tertiary care for half a billion underserved Indian rural residents at affordable prices.