Prescribez, the healthcare app (mobile and web app) by ThingsMeet Solutions has raised a seed funding of $145K from Ankush Mehta, an angel investor. A consumer centric health service aggregator, Prescribez makes collaboration between consumers and service providers like doctors, labs and pharmacies easy by bringing them on one platform. It allows users to search and avail health services through theapp in an easy and affordable way. The app is slated for launch this month in Pune.

Disrupting the way healthcare is delivered and experienced by people, ThingsMeet Solutions, the tech start-up from Pune, is creating multiple technology driven solutions to expand access to healthcare, enhance the quality and improve health outcomes. “Prescribez” is the first product from ThingsMeet Solutions.

“We are looking to aggregate labs and start doctor consultation through Prescribez itself,” said Neeraj Joshi, co-founder and CEO, Prescribez, further adding, “The funds will be used for product development and marketing. We are also planning to start operations in Mumbai in the next six months”.

Neeraj Joshi, Manish Bandil, Cherag Mehta and Jayant Kaduskar have founded the Pune-based startup, ThingsMeet Solutions. Neeraj Joshi, Manish Bandil and Cherag Mehta have previously worked together at Infosys Technologies for more than fifteen years. Jayant Kaduskar is an IIT Bombay alumni and has previously worked in Accenture and Infosys. Each of the founder has healthcare and technology experience of over two decades.

With more than two decades of experience in healthcare and technology, the founders have deep passion to use technology, to help people manage their health better. With a firm belief in digital technology and internet of things, the founders aim to change the way healthcare is delivered and experienced by people. ThingsMeet Solutions identifies problems in healthcare segment and develop products as solutions to expand access to care, enhance quality and improve health outcomes. The company plans three offerings over the next 2 years with Prescribez a consumer centric healthcare app being the first one.

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