With the launch of its operations in the four cities, the company aims to strengthen its position in health-tech scene across the country
QurHealth has announced its partnership with over 100 hospitals in four major Indian cities in India — Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Delhi since its inception.
With the launch of its operations in the four cities, the company aims to strengthen its position in health-tech scene across the country with the help of its healthcare IT solutions rooted in knowledge and innovative technologies such as Conversational AI, predictive analytics and early intervention of comorbidities.
Speaking on the feat, Ravi Kunduru, Founder and CEO of QurHealth, said, “We are humbled to serve patients in all age groups and enabling them with safe, secure, and compliant access to their personalized caregivers, doctors, and hospitals. We hope to serve 100 million patients as a secure and trustworthy care concierge firm with a network of 1 million providers and healthcare professionals over the next five years globally.”
CS Thiyagarajan, Country Head, QurHealth, commented, “We are a Provider 1st company and are pleased with the overwhelming response from the Healthcare fraternity which led to achieve 100 hospitals in nine months of operations. Our goal is to emerge as a safe and trusted choice for patients and their families looking to receive personalised care, online and in-person, to Save Lives, Super Proactively.”
To ramp up the war against COVID-19, it launched QurOne which they offered as part of their corporate social responsibility to COVID-19 hospitals and patients.