In the recent years, there has been a notable shift in the Indian healthcare sector towards prioritising preventive care and wellness. This shift has brought about innovation and disruption, with many healthcare startups entering the market to cater to this changing landscape. Startups in this space are leveraging cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and genomics, to develop innovative products and services. YourStory has curated a list of startups that are looking to offer personalised, accessible, and affordable solutions to consumers.
HealthifyMe HealthifyMe is a Bengaluru-based startup that has significantly impacted the health and wellness industry in India. Founded in 2012, the company, through its app, provides personalised diet and fitness plans to its users. What sets HealthifyMe apart from its competitors is using AI and machine learning algorithms to create tailor-made meal and workout plans for its users. The startup has over 25 million users across India, and has raised $75 million in funding till now. Some of the key features of HealthifyMe include personalised diet plans, fitness tracking, integration with wearables, and 24/7 support. Dozee Dozee is a healthtech startup that has introduced a contactless health monitoring system.
The device uses AI and machine learning technology to monitor vital signs such as heart rate, respiration rate, and sleep patterns, without any physical contact with the user. Users can access the data through a mobile app with real-time health insights, which can help them take proactive measures to maintain their health. The healthtech-based startup was founded in 2015. Some of the key features of Dozee include accurate and reliable sleep monitoring, personalised sleep insights, seamless integration with health apps, and family sleep tracking. With over $6 million in funding and partnerships with leading hospitals and healthcare providers in India, Dozee is well-positioned to have a significant impact on the healthcare industry and revolutionise how people monitor their health.