mfine partners with hospitals in Hyderabad
mfine, an AIdriven, ondemand healthcare platform on Tuesday announced partnership with seven new hospitals in the city The company also launched an...
Hyderabad: mfine, an AI-driven, on-demand healthcare platform on Tuesday announced partnership with seven new hospitals in the city. The company also launched an outpatient care programme for the employees of corporates in Hyderabad.
With 5,000 customers utilising the service from 100 doctors of 15 hospitals present on the platform, mfinesaid it would further expand its doctor base by adding on seven hospitals to its portfolio. The hospitals partnered with include Century Super Speciality Hospital, Birthplace, Olivia Skin and Hair Clinic, Oasis Centre for Reproductive Medicine, Continental Hospitals, Ankura Hospital for Women & Children and Maxcure Group of hospitals.
Speaking at the announcement, Prasad Kompalli, cofounder and CEO, mfine, said, “we are excited by the growth we have seen in Hyderabad so far. Not only are we able to expand the reach of doctors across the country but also are able to assist them in faster diagnosis.”
He further said that the city accounts for 15 per cent of their total consultations done on the platform. “Each month over 2,000 consultations are recorded here. The company is on track to clock more than 100,000 consultations in Hyderabad by the end of 2019,” the CEO added.
mfine also informed about its outpatient care programme, a corporate subscription offer. Under this, an employee is entitled to unlimited consultations and coverage of outpatient needs of an employee and their immediate family members, he added.