Peopleworks (Division of Cross-domain Solutions Pvt Ltd), a leading HRM solution company, has tied hands with MediBuddy, India’s largest digital healthcare platform to provide comprehensive healthcare benefits.
The partnership is announced at a time when the world is combating the after-effects of the Covid-19 outbreak. There is a realisation that human health and safety is now more than a mere priority.
According to the company, MediBuddy will be provided through this partnership doctor consultations, health check-ups, lab tests, medicine delivery, and many more services available on their platform to over 200 corporate clients and close to 2 lakh employees that Peopleworks caters to. Recipients will be able to access healthcare benefits seamlessly anytime and anywhere without any hassle.
Peopleworks partners with MediBuddy to provide healthcare benefits to over 200 corporate clients. MediBuddy, co-founded by Satish Kannan (CEO) and Enbasekar (CTO), is India’s largest digital healthcare platform.
It gives users 24×7 access to high-quality healthcare on their fingertips. MediBuddy helps its users consult specialist doctors, order medicines and book lab tests from the comfort of their homes.
MediBuddy users have access to online doctor consultations, wellness, preventive care services, fitness and hospitalization offered by its pan-India network of healthcare providers. Accessible both as an online portal as well as a mobile app, MediBuddy gives its users unparalleled, real-time access to all their health benefits anytime and from anywhere.
With a partner network of over 90,000 doctors, 7000 hospitals, 3000 diagnostic centres and 2500 pharmacies covering 23,000 pin-codes in India, and a 1000-member team located across 22 Indian cities, MediBuddy has catered to the healthcare needs of 3Cr Indians & attends to the needs of over 35,000 Indians daily across the length and breadth of the country.
The venture has so far raised over $50 million from India Life Sciences Fund III, LLC, Bessemer Venture Partners, Rebright Partners, TechMatrix Corporation, DeNA networks, Milliways Fund LLC, Mitsui Sumitomo (MSIVC), TEAMFund LP, JAFCO Asia Fund, FinSight Ventures, ALES Global Japan, Beyond Next Ventures, Makita corporation and Facebook’s angel investors, Anand Rajaraman and Venky Harinarayan.