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Save Your Health Ties Up With HyperDoc to Revolutionise the Healthcare Industry in South Africa

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Save Your Health that owned and operated by RedInno, a fastest growing healthcare platform based out of Jaipur, has entered into joint venture with HyperDoc, a healthcare platform based out of Pretoria, South Africa.

HyperDoc aims to make the discovery of doctors and healthcare facilities around one’s community as simple as a click of a button by developing a web and mobile platform that makes it easy for people to discover and book appointments with doctors and hospitals of their choice. The company aims to offer booking services and other extras like an online check-ins so you don’t have to arrive for your doctor appointment 20 minutes early.
Under the partnership, Save Your Health will have 50 % stake in the joint venture and HyperDoc will own 50 %, RedInno said in a statement.

The two companies will focus on revolutionising the fragmented healthcare classified industry in South Africa by empowering customers as well as healthcare service providers with new age tools and technology.

Thulani Samuel Skosana, CEO of HyperDoc said, “The idea for HYPERDOC was born with the intention of enabling patients to view doctor’s open appointment times and book instantly online using one’s mobile phones or computers. And to find doctors based on speciality, location or insurance providers. Users will be able to make informed decisions about choosing their doctor based on reviews of their profiles.”

Rakesh Kumar, CEO of Save Your Health said, “Save Your Health also started a healthcare platform for the emerging markets of Ghana, Brazil, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia.”

In August 2016, the Save Your Health has incubated by the Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship at IIM Ahmedabad, and Startup Oasis, a Jaipur-based incubation center set up at the joint initiative of RIICO, Rajasthan’s premiere industrial promotion organization.

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Rakesh Kumar, CEO of Save Your Health also said, “Our Vision is to be a $ 1 Crore venture by 2017 end.”

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