‘PharmEasy’ a Health-Tech Startup Which Connects Patients With Local Pharmacy Stores and Diagnostic Centres
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Founders- Dharmil Sheth, Dhaval Shah, Mikhil Innani
Founded in- 2015
Hub Tags- Unicorn
Headquarter- Mumbai, India
PharmEasy offers a smartphone-based application that helps in connecting its users with pharmacies facilitating deliveries. It also allows home collection of samples for diagnostic testing at nearby labs. The company has been funded by the likes of Temasek Holdings, Bessemer Venture Partners, Orios Venture Partners, and Eight Road Partners. Besides, it has also been backed by Nandan Nilekani (chairman of UIDAI).
PharmEasy is a company developing a healthcare delivery platform. It helps patients to connect with local pharmacy stores and diagnostic centers, enabling them to order medicines, healthcare products, and diagnostic tests. The company aims to improve the supply chain in the pharmaceutical sector by digitizing the process.
In the last 2-3 years, we can see the growth of online pharmacy startups; not only this, many startups have achieved the tag of Unicorn. In the COVID-19 era, people have understood how crucial health is. Doctors are advising to improve immunity, and people take it seriously. It also gives indirect benefits to online pharmacy startups.
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