Ekincare is a health-tech startup that helps corporate houses to ensure better employee health by maintaining electronic health records and providing online consultation. Due to the pandemic Ekincare’s online doctor consultations increased by more than 220%. More than 75% of consultations were not at all related to Covid.
How does Ekincare help employees?
Ekincare helps organizations monitor the health of their employees and help them manage their well-being. It is an AI powered platform where an individual can maintain health related records. Multitude of facilities like health check-ups, 24X7 chat with doctors, medicines purchase and delivery and even gym facilities are available in the cities where Ekincare has its presence. It caters in 50+ cities through 500+ NABL / NABH / CAP / ISO certified diagnostic centers. Employees of organizations availing the Ekincare services can personalize the Ekincare app by filling in details of their Health Risk Assessment. Based on the details provided, the app offers personalized recommendations for the users to stay fit. They can get in touch with specialists and contact general physicians 24X7. Users can digitize all their medical records so that doctors can access them when required. One can use the app to get medicines at discounted rates. Many of the health-related wearables like Apple Health, Google Fit, Fitbit, Strava etc. can be synced with the app.
How does Ekincare help organizations?
Organizations can organize employee wellness programs like health check-up camps in either nearby partner diagnostic centers or in their own office premises. They can have predictive health analysis based on real time analytics. With the Ekincare provided detailed and analysed health related data of the workforce, organizations can get best premium rates on insurance plans of the employees.
How does Ekincare help insurance companies?
Ekincare ensures zero manipulation of data for insurance companies which is common when there is intermediary involved. They can get accurate health data through which they can divide the population in terms of low, medium and high-risk segments and develop new products as per the risk segments.