Health Startups in India-A Progression Towards Development
Dr. Motha L. Cresenta Shakila1, Dr. Nalini R.2, Dr. Alamelu R.2,*, Dr. Amudha R.2, Dr. Badrinath V.3
1Faculty Member, Training & Placement, SASTRA University
2Faculty Member, School of Management, SASTRA University
3Dean, School of Management, Director, Training & Placement, SASTRA University
*Corresponding Author E-mail: email@example.com
Online published on 26 March, 2018.
India, being a country with rich heritage, varied culture and with pioneers in the health care system is still lagging behind in the advancements made in the field of public health care system.
Materials and methods
This paper focuses on the health startup sector issues in Indian context.
Results and discussion
Though there has been many health related programmes launched by the Government and other International organizations we still behind in our objective of achieving health for all.
The industry is facing slow growth in the market due to sluggish flow of funds, lot of real time risks and no clear cut supportive regulations from government, reaching doctors through digitized healthcare mode during needy times, non viable business model for revenues, nuisance apps and non availability of right mentors. These combating issues should be properly contained for the long term sustainability.
Health startup, digital health care, pharma apps.