The Indian healthcare industry employs more than a 1 million people and is one of the foremost sectors in terms of revenue generation. But in-spite of influx of private hospitals and a zillion clinics everywhere, medical aid in crisis situations still demands a lot to be done.
According to a research by Deloitte India, the industry will reach $280 billion by 2020 and gives ample opportunity for even startups to have a role play. Similarly, Mumbai based Care24 is trying to lessen the gap between state of the art medical aid and the reach to the needy in case of emergencies in minimal prices.
Catch Vipin Pathak, CEO of Care24 talk to TheBigScope about healthcare issues in India, medical data regulation and how data analytics will help them propel home healthcare in India.