Doctor Insta planning world’s largest virtual medical clinic

LN Revathy Coimbatore | Updated on January 20, 2018

Aims to provide 2500+ consultations per day by year end

Doctor Insta is gearing up to establish the world’s largest virtual medical clinic and position itself as the ‘One App’ that everyone must have, to ensure better health.

Claiming Doctor Insta as “India’s first video medicine company,” its Chief Executive and founder Amit Munjal said, “We have, in a short span of five months, registered a triple-digit growth. So far, Doctor Insta has conducted tens of thousands of consultations through Web, Android and iOS and lakhs of people have been benefited from this service.”

“We often do not realise that nearly 3-4 hours of time is lost in parking, traffic snarl or in the waiting room of the doctor in saving a life. Our aim is to save 10,000 hours per day by providing 2500+ consultations/day by the end of the year.” “There are over a million doctors in India and each on an average do around 50 consultations a day. With this app/platform, more than 70 per cent of these consults can be done. So, over a three-year period, we intend to capture 2 per cent of this market; this translates into one million consults/day on Doctor Insta platform in India alone,” Munjal explained.

Medical kiosks

The company plans to have over 250 doctors on its panel this year. “Their services will be available to users of the App. We are also planning to take the services offline, create 500+ emergency Medical Consultancy Kiosks across eight metros to provide quality healthcare in public area with high footfalls.”

“We recently launched CEHAT (Corporate Endeavour for Health and Telemedicine) programme, which is on the lines of the government’s 1 lakh crore SEHAT (Social Endeavour for Health and Telemedicine) programme.”

Published on May 10, 2016

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