How to cut out the loose ends & build a successful healthcare startup?

2020 has been a transformational year for a lot of small and large scale businesses. Though a lot of companies ended up in complete bankruptcy, many others have boomed with the wave of this pandemic. Healthcare and Medical industry is one such example. The world economy has been going done due to this worldwide lockdown, including the restrictions on international & domestic travel. Everyone is looking up to the healthcare sector to come up with solutions to curb the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus.

Many entrepreneurs have set foot in the digital healthcare space because they saw an opportunity to use digital innovation and solve an existing problem. At present, a huge demand-supply imbalance of healthcare infrastructure & technology is challenging due to which understanding the gravity of the situation is vital. Several world economies have taken measures concerned with healthcare policy initiatives that had been locked up and never given the required attention.

Efforts have also been made to seek greater support from private healthcare providers, especially health tech startups. In India, startups like Dozee, WONDRx, Nocca, and have made the fight less complicated for the medical industry with improved monitoring, contactless diagnosis, and high-tech medical devices. But, even as the health care industry has stepped up with an unprecedented response to the Covid-19 pandemic, health care & health tech companies are on verge of sinking due to the loss of revenue, crumbling of their medical workforces, and the dissolution of normal as we know it. This means disruptions in the relationships of the startup stakeholders, especially the investors.

To think of it, there comes a question on why healthcare startups are still struggling even when there is huge demand? Here are certain aspects which these startups skip while building up the empire:

1. Poor understanding of the healthcare ecosystem

2. Confusing their medical healthcare business with biotech business

3. Formulating a weak team

4. Ignoring Data Analysis & Customer Insights

5. Challenge of getting your first customer

Healthcare industry has been transforming with the latest technology to be able to meet the greater challenges rising in this pandemic. Furthermore, new-age technologies like Cloud services, AI and Machine Learning, Robotics, Wearable fitness technology, AR/VR, etc. need to be incorporated in processes to run a sustainable healthcare business. You can always approach a company that provides custom healthcare solutions and help in the smooth integration of medical devices to track real-time data and improve diagnosis.

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