Healthcare Apps Launched
30+ Million $
Raised by Our Clients
640 BIllion $
25% More Apps
Downloaded in Covid-19
- Agreeing with the development of voice interfaces, telemedicine, AR/VR, etc., we are witnessing a wave of new technology in the healthcare curve.
- Driven by better healthcare awareness, a rise in incomes, increased access to insurance, and lifestyle-related diseases, India's healthcare market is expected to reach USD372 billion by 2022.
- The Indian government aims at increasing healthcare spending to 2.5 percent of the GDP (gross domestic product) by 2025.
- There has been an increased focus on telemedicine services, and the government also issued new guidelines to make telemedicine a legal practice in India.
HealthCare & Telemedicine
Healthcare aims to transform the delivery of care, and we help healthcare companies to design app solutions that improve people's lives. We're able to use our expertise to help health companies go beyond white label solutions to create custom experiences that their users want also adhering to security regulations, such as HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).
We have been working as a transformation catalyst for physicians, imaging specialists, and hospital administrators with over 100 healthcare projects.
We gained a rich understanding of the many complexities of healthcare systems.
Understand & Feedback
To know how healthcare professionals work, how they interact with technology we collaborate with patients, nurses, doctors, staff to seek feedback from actual users.
Quality and safety
We design products that impact the quality of care, patient safety, and ROI across healthcare organizations around the world.
We have a very reliable and passionate group of expert UX and UI designers.
We help you drive the best possible.
Engaging with consumers proactively and improving the patient experience
Historically health care has had a reputation for less-than-positive customer experiences. However, with the growth of millennials and baby boomers being the next age customers, these digital natives would demand higher value for the services
Responding to health policy and complex regulations
Health care is second only to the finance industry in the number of cyber-attacks annually. Growing healthcare market complexity leads to more regulatory complexity and increases the need for heightened stakeholder risk management.
The requirement to train, adapt and integrate exponential technologies to reduce costs, increase access, and improve care
Creating a positive margin in an uncertain and changing health economy through technological investments is incumbent to stay afloat in the scenario of disruptive market forces.
Shaping the workforce of the future
Health care workforce challenges are being felt across with staffing and nursing shortages witnessed in many countries.