Monday, 21 September 2015


Making Healthcare Affordable and Transparent

OXXY, which started only 2 years back offers better value than any other organisation in healthcare. With the Recent launch of Hospitals in different parts of the country, OXXY is all set to offer an added advantage of free medicines. OXXY made its impact on 12 million people so far with its aim to build the entire globe in a ‘standardized world class healthcare system’.

Surprisingly there is no competition in the market yet. Other companies who are much older and were into Doctor Bookings are now trying now to copy OXXY Model. The aim of OXXY is to make healthcare Transparent, Accessible and Affordable. With over 100000 Medical center points empanelled, it has penetrated deep into the country thru its 60,000 retail service outlets. OXXY has been valued at USD 2 Billion by various investment companies but so far Founders are quiet on this issue.

Spokeperson OXXY Sheetal Kapoor Said that “We plan to cover the entire nation under ‘One Umbrella’. The way we are operating right now, OXXY is bound to grow at least ten folds in next 2 years.”

With OXXY now launching 50 affordable hospitals under its belt, Medicines shall also be given free for its patients. The facilities at these hospitals will range from Cosmetic Surgery, Dental, Vascular, Diabetes, ENT, Eyes, Fertility, Gastrology, Gynae, Joint & Knee Replacement, Nephrology, Neurology, Nuclear Medicine, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Physiotherapy etc. These hospitals will also have 24x7 Blood Bank, Diagnostics, Intensive care units, Emergency etc.

Along with free medicines in these 50 Affordable hospitals, free pick and drops shall be provided to patients for OPD/IPD along with free accommodation, if needed for intercity patients.

OXXY with its presence in each and every city of India provides availability of tests and transparency in their rates. So far, Even Google does not provide any such details.

OXXY is one of the few companies already in positive cash flow. This is amongst the scenario where all big e commerce companies are surviving only because of their deep-pockets & funds. It will be interesting to see how long this trend of burning hole in the pocket continues. 

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