QurHealth’s multilingual AI health assistant helps people manage over 30+ disease conditions using their smartphones and Alexa
Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have, said Winston S Churchill, the wartime Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Putting this principle into practice, QurHealth, a healthcare data management company, is on a mission to redefine personalised patient healthcare to improve quality of care, patient engagement and patient education. An offshoot of Ventech Solutions, USA, Qurhealth leverages industry-best practices and modern techniques in AI, ML, and data analytics to promote an innovative paradigm for patient quality of care and patient interaction with caregivers, doctors, and hospitals for better health outcomes.
The company offers comprehensive IT-healthcare solutions to a variety of healthcare stakeholders, consisting of care providers, payers, patients, and researchers, says its founder & CEO, Ravi Kunduru.
“In a major moment solidifying our initial thought, we introduced Sheela – India’s first multilingual conversational AI personal health assistant in 2020 to help patients manage over 30+ disease conditions using their smartphones and Alexa,” informs Kunduru. “Also, each patient is enabled with a a personalised care provider who offers real-time healthcare care support and remotely monitors patient’s health status for early co-morbidities prevention during the various stages of a health condition.”
Furthermore, to ramp up the war against Covid-19, the company launched QurOne, said to be India’s first patient care concierge programme. “Through this initiative, we effectively served 600+ patients over seven weeks. And within a week, through QurOne, we onboarded a team of 100+ crowdsourced doctors, dieticians, nutritionists, psychologists, and other paramedical staff to support the initiative,” says Kunduru.
“At QurHealth, we believe that ‘performance needs no proof’. The fact that we have partnered with 100+ hospitals to serve three lakh patients as a safe and trusted healthcare partner in a span of nine months is a beginning of our bright future saving millions of lives globally,” says Kunduru.
“We are well on track to achieve $1 million in revenue during the next three quarters with a projection to grow to $36 million in the next 36 months with deep footprint in India and USA. By 2025, we look forward to serve 100 million patients globally as a safe and trusted health care concierge firm while establishing 1 million providers network,” he adds.