“Once a patient has been recommended surgery, they struggle with the next steps. Surgery is a stressful time for the patient when they need maximum support,” its co-founder Ankur Gigras mentioned, including the corporate aspires to be the one-stop platform to cater to a affected person’s hospitalisation.
The assertion mentioned about 2 crore surgical procedures are carried out in India yearly, and a number of surveys present that individuals’s belief in our healthcare system is reducing, primarily pushed by the lack of understanding, which illustrates the market alternative.
“We are inspired by Hexahealth’s vision to become the most trusted platform to digitise surgery-related decision making and make quality and affordable hospitalisation care available to millions of Indians,” Omidyar’s principal Aditya Misra mentioned.
He pegged the market alternative at USD 80 billion, which is 60 per cent of the general healthcare spends.
“Technology allows for a patient to be at the centre of healthcare delivery is a thesis that we strongly believe in. Hexa’s vision of wanting to transform the patient experience for hospitalisation and surgeries combined with the strong execution history of the founding team makes this an exciting investment for us,” Ranjith Menon, govt director of Chiratae Ventures, mentioned.