The platform offers patients 24×7 access to their preferred healthcare providers with the flexibility of consulting them from the comfort of their homes
Talking of the firm’s USP, Sada Sivam further shares, “There are a lot of telehealth providers in India and around the world. But almost all the solutions focus on a patient first approach. Curable as a solution is built around all the stakeholders including patients and healthcare providers. Though we also provide a B2C solution for patients to explore and find healthcare providers from our portal, our strength is to provide a seamless B2B solution wherein a doctor or a hospital can turn on a white labeled telehealth solution in a plug and play fashion within a matter of few hours. It is arguably the most easy solution to integrate and also one of the most costeffective solutions in the country”.
The founders of Curable, Muthu Subramanian and Meyappan, are engineers with over 20 years of experience in different sectors. Starting out from the US, Muthu came back to India, co-founded a hospital in Chennai while Mey stayed in the US to continue to pursue his MBA at NYU Stern and work for multinational companies. The team was motivated to increase accessibility to healthcare services for those living in rural areas of India, specifically remote or Tier-III cities, due to the gap that currently exists between good quality healthcare services and these regions. Telehealth was the only answer. The business took off better than expected as COVID mandated restrictions made teleconsulting a necessity rather than an option. Curable has always been a frontrunner in adopting the latest technology. With AI gaining momentum, Curable is exploring opportunities for further enhancing the services, thereby saving many more lives in the coming years.