HealthAssure – a 7-year-old healthtech firm – has expressed its intent to invest $15 million over the next three years aimed at strengthening its businesses in India.
This firm, with a network of 3,100 primary care centres, provides access to primary care services across 1,000 cities to most insurers and corporates.
The investment will be made to strengthen the already extensive primary care network and tech capability, so that more people can gain access to quality healthcare.
Varun Gera, Founder & CEO, HealthAssure, says, “Our vision is and will remain to bring good health closer to everyone… There is an increasing need for Preventive healthcare in the Indian market and our intent is to providing its access through various channels including insurance, individual customers, employees, etc. We plan to provide service to 2.5- 3 million customers by 2020 with this fresh round of investment towards the growth of our business.”
The country’s leading primary care aggregator, HealthAssure’s plans include creating an ecosystem through consolidation of the vast primary care network by creating new medical networks and consumer products.
It will also work towards building distribution channels to cover individuals, corporates and insurers.
Augmenting technology investments, and acquisitions of other healthcare startups form its other initiatives.
The company proposes to expanding footprint to other parts of the world including Middle East, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc.