Hyderabad’s healthcare startup LabTalk claiming to be the first diagnostic laboratories aggregator in South India will soon launch new service, www.labtalk.in to provide even small-scale diagnostic centres a platform to promote their business.
Addressing the press here in city, Rajashekhar Reddy, founder director of Labtalk.in said city has hundreds of diagnostic laboratories. Barring few like Vijaya Diagnostic Centre, Apollo Laboratories, Elbit, Tapadia, Lucid, Pathcare, rest are small and unorganised and don’t have bandwidth to reach out to people across the city.
LabTalk integrates little over 700 big, medium, small and non branded diagnostic labs spread over the city. Our objective behind LabTalk is to bring unorganised diagnostic labs on to one single platforms, widen their reach and improve users experience with their services, so that they go for preventive tests. Labtalk is an initiative of preventive healthcare. LabTalk’s focus is to give the user the choice of choosing the diagnostic centre with affordability, accessibility, quality and transparent service.
It provides technology platform with home sample collection and delivers and saves the reports online hence saving users valuable time and money at his convenience. We would like to help consumers save money on lab tests. Also offer them right packages so that many diseases can be prevented at initial stages.
It will be a single source ready reckoner for diagnostic laboratories in the city. Customers can explore them, study their services, compare rates and book service online.
Salient features of LabTalk include employee assistance for booking and consultation; home sample collection, offers, online reports etc.
Diagnostic labs in city conduct nearly 5000 different kinds of tests and almost five lakh tests are performed in city every day. Hence an aggregator like LabTalk is most important and need of the hour, said Rajashekhar.
We anticipate a business worth Rs.1crore in first year and in next five years we will achieve a business turnover of Rs. 25 crores, added Rajashekhar.