For their work and efforts in preventive health care, the co-Founders of healthi, Rekuram Varadharaj and Krishna Ulagaratchagan, have been accorded the ‘Entrepreneur of the Year in Product – Healthcare’ category at the seventh edition of the Entrepreneur India Awards 2017.
‘healthi’ is India’s fastest growing digital preventive health startup, empowering its users to make smart choices about their health so that they can avoid chronic illnesses.
‘healthi’ founders clinched the title at the ceremony held late last night in the capital city. The category had received 34 nominations in this category. The Entrepreneur India Awards recognizes the break through ideas, concepts, and people who are doing pioneering work in the startup and entrepreneurial space.
Speaking about the award, Rekuram Varadharaj and Krishna Ulagaratchagan, Founders, healthi, said, “It is indeed a moment of pride not only for us as entrepreneurs, but also as a startup, to be recognized for our work. The award will only add more fuel to our mission of making the preventive health journey personalized, using insights to make it engaging, and effective. Our effort has and will always be to empower the user by making personalized health information accessible so expert guidance is sought after understanding one’s health status.”
‘healthi’ is a one-stop digital preventive health guide that conveniently provides access to the best healthcare practitioners and raises awareness about the prevention and management of lifestyle diseases.
On the healthi.in website, every user has access to upwards of 9 million package choices. The users therefore get everything they need and do not have to pay for things that don’t matter to them.
Combining scientifically validated predictive analytics, machine learning technology, contemporary design, strong partnerships with healthcare majors and cutting-edge research; healthi is revolutionizing the preventive healthcare market.
Since its very inception, healthi has partnered with the industry and research leaders of repute in healthcare. Healthi also has a research partnership with the Government of India on the efficacy of chronic disease prediction models.