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Maatri – A Digital Health Ecosystem

Maatri – A Digital Health Ecosystem

Maintaining health records is one of the toughest tasks. It is quite common for many people to lose access to their past medical records and prescriptions. Digitisation can help them in such cases.

Observing the gap and potential in the digitisation of health records, Amit Singal and Amit Vyas launched Nexus Healthtech. The startup’s core product Maatri is revolutionizing the healthcare system.

This Gururgram-based digital health ecosystem aims to help users manage all their health records in one place.

Maatri helps users in various ways. It provides health-related information and teleconsultation. It helps users monitor their health and maintain health records.

Pregnant women can use Maatri to track their health as well as their babies.

With the help of Maatri, women can monitor the growth of their children below five years and compare it with the standards of the World Health Organisation. They can also track the developmental aspects and maintain the vaccination record of their children. Besides, they can connect with doctors online.

Maatri is a one-stop solution to keep track of the health of all family members.

For this, it partnered with doctors and hospitals. It has over 61 doctors and 24 clinical tie-ups. More than 50,000 members are using the mobile application.

Maatri offers different subscription packages, ranging from ₹199 to ₹499.

To help provide COVID-19 tests to users, Maatri launched radiology and pathology services also. For this, it partnered with NABL and ICMR certified labs.

Users need not visit a lab for the test but can get it done at their homes by booking online.

They can also generate reports online and download them. After that, they can connect with doctors associated with Maatri. If they want to consult other doctors, users can do so by sharing the data with them. Thus, Maatri offers different choices to users.

It also launched the Vitals Tracker feature for smartphone users to check vitals like blood pressure, blood sugar, temperature and oxygen saturation levels.

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