Bootstrapped healthtech startup Tattvan E-Clinic brings doctors and specialists from reputed hospitals in big cities to the smaller regions using telemedicine.
In 2008, Ayush Mishra realised getting good health treatment at his home town Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, was next to impossible. He had met with a fatal accident and realised there was a huge demand and supply gap between doctors and patients, especially in Tier II and Tier III cities. An engineer in Biotechnology, Ayush took a few years to understand the situation on ground. After working in healthcare for close to 10 years, and working for different startups, Ayush decided to start Tattvan E-Clinic in 2017, based out of Gurugram.
It is a telemedicine healthcare clinic that aims to transform healthcare services in remote regions across India and Asia. Tattvan E-Clinic brings doctors and specialists from reputed hospitals in big cities to the smaller regions, catering to their various medical requirements.
Ayush explains, “With Tattvan, we are trying to bridge that gap with the help of telemedicine. We launched the first e-clinic in Bareilly in July 2018. This inspired me and my team to set the course of our future with an aim to disrupt the healthcare sector in India. We are also working in the international arena as we have set up a clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan, and the documentation process to set up an e-clinic in Baghdad, Iraq, has already been completed."