Cartula Health India & Medway Technologies ally to launch BNPL service
Category: #health  By Mateen Dalal  Date: 2021-12-01
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Cartula Health India & Medway Technologies ally to launch BNPL service

Cartula Health India, India’s foremost telemedicine startup which intends to revolutionize healthcare across India, has recently announced an innovative service sponsored by Medway Technologies - an AI-powered platform that links healthcare service providers- to transform the OPD care in India.

As per credible sources, this is the first BNPL service launched by the duo in India for outpatient care, aiding patients with instant access to any outpatient care or procedure they require.

Apparently, this first-of-its-kind initiative in the industry will bring revolution and credit advantage for empowering and allowing patient care anywhere, anytime across the country.

It has been reported that patients can use the service at any point in time and can avail an interest-free credit period for 30 Days.

This cashless facility is available in an open network, implying that a patient can go to any healthcare clinic like labs, doctors, pharmacy, or diagnostic centers for any service they require and avail this new feature.

At present, the service will be offered to corporates, who can pass on this benefit to their employees working globally for helping them to take better care of themselves and their families.

As per March 2021 NITI Aayog report, Indians have paid around $72 Billion on healthcare expenses from their pockets. Additionally, Indians are known for spending maximum from their pockets, contributing directly to the high cases of catastrophic expenditures and poverty, according to the Economic Survey.

Commenting on the recent accomplishment, Vimal Prakash, Founder and CEO of Cartula Health India, cited that in an attempt to address the timely patient care challenges, this industry first solution is expected to ease the patient burden to a large extent and augment preventive care in the Indian subcontinent.

Vimal added that timely care is an imperative way to cure and the team believes that offering ease of payment in OPD care can bring down the disease burden and enhance patient outcomes for the nation.

For the uninitiated, Cartula Health India intends to reach each mile and serve every individual. Not only with doctor consultation but with better medical plans that everyone can afford easily.

Source Credit - http://bwdisrupt.businessworld.in/article/Cartula-Health-India-Joins-Hands-With-Medway-Technologies-/30-11-2021-413257/

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