An Indian startup is looking to shake up the industry with a new product that will revolutionise healthcare.
The product is called Lucid, which has been designed to solve the problem of how to record and manage medical data.
It has been dubbed the ‘future of healthcare’ by Lucid founder, Vipul Singh.
“If you want to be a patient in India, you have to get your data from doctors.
We are trying to make this happen and solve this problem.
If we can solve it, you will never have to wait anymore for your health records,” Lucid co-founder Vipu Singh told NDTV.
Lucid is an application that allows users to log into their medical records and track their care.
It is not available for all countries, however, it is currently available for Indian customers.
Singh said that, if you want a better healthcare experience, you should always be connected to a doctor.
“The more you are connected, the better you will be able to get care.
The data is crucial for us to be able give you better services and get you back to a normal life.
It will also help us in solving problems,” he said.
Lucids health records are stored in the cloud.
The information that is stored in them is uploaded to a cloud-based service called Lucida, which is run by Google, IBM and Microsoft.
This will make it possible for patients to get medical data in a more cost-effective way, Singh added.
He said that the product will be available for a limited time and will only be available to customers in India.
He added that the company is looking at more markets.
“We are looking at India and the United States.
If you have an issue in the US, then we will be interested in it.
If India is more challenging, then India should be the first market we go to.
India is our home,” he added.