Jay Mehta & Sundeep Mehta
Co-Founder & CEO & Co-Founder & CTO
A Look into the Futuristic Expertise
Headquartered in Mumbai, ViDoc (stands for Virtual Doctor/Vital Documents) provides a rare amalgamation of software and service that bridges the void between better healthcare centers
We believe ViDoc has already taken several steps in building such a platform which should give us a head start in the coming years
It also assists hospitals to digitize patient’s medical records and share it online, thus simplifying the processes of assisting repeat patients, research, TPA, medico-legal measures and so on.The revolutionary product has propelled the company to create a milestone of 15 million medical documents online across about 250,000+ patient records, thus establishing its name as the largest common database of Unique Hospital IDs, virtually. Iryx provides a window to various aspects of hospital’s operations and scrutinizes bio markers of a
The Empowering Culture
According to Jay, it is the free thinking culture infused in ViDoc that allows them to smartly convert serious intricacies of its customers into simple solutions. With constant endeavors to be at the forefront of technology curve, the organization has imbibed structured and disruptive routes to mold employees to proffer the best to customers. While structured routeinvolves team meetings, the disruptive path empowers not only the crew to ideate solutions through projects, but also college students to bring their ideas to the fore, which are later institutionalized based on its exclusivity.
The Future ViDoc
“Getting ROI on one’s spend around medical services will be the crucial need in coming few years. We believe ViDoc has already taken several steps in building such a platform which should give us a head start in the coming years,” proclaims Jay (Founder & CEO). Eying at bestowing its customers a better and affordable healthcare realm, ViDoc is currently gearing up to add the 3rd critical tenet to its products offerings dedicated to patient engagement, with which the company can continue filling flesh into its tag line ‘Healthcare made smart’.