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London Based Startup ‘Babylon’ Aims to Provide Accessible, Affordable Healthcare by Combining AI with Doctors.

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Founder: Ali Parsa

Founded: 2013

Last Funding Type: Series C

Headquarters: London, United Kingdom

Babylon is a digital health service provider that combines AI technology with the medical expertise of humans. Babylon delivers full access to healthcare, including personalized health assessments, treatment advice, and face-to-face appointments with a doctor 24/7. Babylon’s mission is to put an accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on earth. With the Babylon app, you can talk to a physician within minutes via phone or video call, ask simple medical questions via their text service and monitor your health with their comprehensive tracking system. The Babylon app is everything you need to manage your healthcare proactively.

The company’s mission is to put an accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on Earth. To make healthcare accessible, then company deliver it through the devices people already own. To make healthcare affordable, Babylon uses technology to help ease the burden on doctors. By automating their routine tasks, the startup allows doctors to focus on what they do best: give care to the patients who need it most.

 

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