HealthPlix is helping to save the time of healthcare professionals at point-of-care through an AI-powered EHR platform.
India has a low ratio of doctors to patients, which means doing more with fewer resources to meet the country’s growing healthcare needs. Telemedicine is a digital solution growing in popularity for those with computer access and who don’t require in-person assessments. However, inefficiencies in the clinic can also be solved to increase the number of patients a doctor can see in a day.
HealthPlix is removing point-of-care inefficiencies with their AI-powered electronic health record (EHR). The user-interface (UI) is designed with ease of use in mind, so that anyone can learn the platform within minutes, no matter their prior experience with technology.
The secure healthcare platform aids the primary care process from scheduling to prescriptions. Scheduling appointments and billing can be handled quickly through the platform available on computers, tablets, and smartphones. Data can be imported to HealthPlix EHR from other software tools. Doctors can pull up their patient’s complete medical history with a single click.
Clinical decision support provides doctors with the information they need quickly while ensuring nothing is missed by analysing data from multiple clinic visits. It can assess when a patient is at high risk for a condition and recommend tests or other actions, i.e. thyroid conditions. Thanks to artificial intelligence, early intervention can prevent some health conditions from worsening and reverse them before they do permanent damage. A key feature is e-prescription generation within 30 seconds.
The startup recently raised $13.5 million in its Series B financing round from Lightspeed Ventures, for a total raise of $23.5 million so far:
“What sets HealthPlix apart is its doctor-first B2B approach. Doctors are the most influential decision-makers in healthcare. We believe whichever platform wins their trust will have the sole right to orchestrate the entire $88 billion of healthcare spend. The impact is very clear — improved health outcomes for patients, better practices for doctors, 10x better insights for pharma and med device companies, and superior underwriting capability for insurers.”
– Vaibhav Agrawal, Partner at Lightspeed and a former physician.