Democratising Healthcare

About US

Who are WE ?

We are a health service delivery organization, primarily using non-invasive or minimally invasive technologies to screen citizens for few critical illnesses, provide them micro insurance and guide them through a maze of referral programs of government hospitals. We aim to create an efficient ecosystem to circumvent logistical and financial barriers to healthcare; and ensure every patient has access to preventive medicine and timely treatment.

Our Purpose

Improve access to healthcare with judicious use of alternative technologies & efficient processes.

Challenges in Healthcare

Even those who can afford medical screening are unable top get the screening done due to its unavailabilty in the non-urban areas , due to lack of infrastructure.

Lack of trained manpower, fewer doctors and hospitals in the non-urban areas make it difficult for low income families to access the medical screening facilities.

Availing screening facilities in urban areas comes at a high cost which includes cost of screening, cost of travel to screening facility and loss of wages due to loss of working time.

Most citizens in non-urban areas are unaware of initial symptoms, warning signs, screening facilities and treatment centers for critical illness hence there is need for awareness programs facilitated by outreach.

What We Do ?

Create Awareness:

Awareness programs include conducting information sessions, organizing physical camps and use of digital videos for easy and standardized dissemination of information. For these activities, we also partner with NGOs and Micro SME / SMEs

Provide Screening :

Health screening done through portable, light, small devices using non-invasive screening technologies and machine learning for automated detection. These screening programs allow for early detection of diseases before onset of symptoms and the portable devices allow for screening to be done in remote areas.

Our Health Screening Services

Routine Health Screening:
  • Glucose Level
  • Haemoglobin Check
  • Routine Urinalysis
  • Weight
  • Height
  • Body Mass Index
  • Temperature
  • Blood Pressure
Cancer Screening :
  • Breast Cancer Screening
  • Cervical Cancer Screening

Refer to Government Hospital:

"For all indivisual tested positive , referral to tertiary hospital."

All screening records are maintained digitally and provide complete view of patients’ medical history for the screening done through Inclusive Horizons. These records not only allow for real-time collaboration, consultation & feedback among clinicians but also enable creation of registries, which provide necessary insights to design outreach programs. Along with delivery and interpretation of screening reports, we provide support through referral programs to government hospitals and psychological support to individuals screened positive.

Design Micro-insurance cover:

We provide suitable Micro-insurance product variants specific to the community needs and sachet offerings which is affordable for the populace

Our Focus


Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer among women, which impacts 2.1 million women each year . It is the leading cause of female cancer mortality worldwide. In 2015, breast cancer replaced cervical cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths among women in India.

As per National Institute of Cancer Prevention & Research (NICPR) 4:

 1 in 28 women is likely to develop breast cancer during her lifetime
  For every 2 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer, 1 dies.

Late stage detection is the main reason behind breast cancer deaths. A holistic approach to improve awareness and ensure early detection is critical in order to improve breast cancer outcomes and survival. In order to achieve this, it is required that early diagnostics and screening facilities are made available.

Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is the fifth most common cancer in humans, and second most common cancer in India in women. Every year in India, around 122,844 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and close to 67,477 die from the disease . At any given time, about 6.6% of women in the general population are estimated to harbour cervical HPV infection.

Rural women are at higher risk of developing cervical cancer as compared to their urban counterparts. Unlike many other cancers, cervical cancer occurs early and strikes at the productive period of a woman's life.

Due to lack of awareness as well as formal screening programs cervical cancer is detected mostly at an advanced stage. The chances of survival are better if cervical cancer is detected and treated in early stages.


Cardiovascular Diseases & Diabetes

Cardiovascular diseases: Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) have now become the leading cause of mortality in India. A quarter of all mortality is attributable to CVD. Ischemic heart disease and stroke are the predominant causes and are responsible for >80% of CVD deaths.

Some aspects of the CVD epidemic in India are particular causes of concern, including its accelerated build-up, the early age of disease onset in the population, and the high case fatality rate.



India is the diabetes capital of the world with as many as 50 million people suffering from type-2 diabetes. Diabetes might be one of the most talked about diseases across the world and especially in India, but awareness about the same can well be estimated by the fact that India today has more people with type-2 diabetes (more than 50 million) than any other nation.

With the country having the highest number of diabetic patients in the world, the sugar disease is posing an enormous health problem to our country today. According to a World Health Organization (WHO) fact sheet on diabetes, an estimated 3.4 million deaths are caused due to high blood sugar.


Urinary Tract Infections among women

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that affects any part of the urinary tract (starts from the kidney and ends with the urethra). Infection in the kidney is dangerous and is thankfully very rare while infection in the urethra is very common and the form that usually affects most women.

Causes of UTI in Indian women range from poor sanitary conditions at home and in hospitals. Diabetic women as well as those with incidences of multiple pregnancy are at risk of developing UTI.


Anaemia is a blood related disorder, which results from a decrease in the number of red blood cells or abnormally low haemoglobin in the blood. Haemoglobin is a protein in red blood cell responsible for transporting oxygen to vital organs.

The rising number of anaemic children and pregnant woman in a developing nation like India is alarming. Most women in India have a haemoglobin concentration less than 6 g/dL. Women who are anaemic are at a higher risk of dying during pregnancy or giving birth prematurely.

Anaemia usually goes undetected due to low accessibility to tests used to monitor haemoglobin levels. Also, most of the rural population tends to skip the standard haemoglobin tests due to the fear of an invasive procedure that requires drawing of blood using syringes.


About 35% of the world’s undernourished children are from India. 50% of them are under 3 years of age, are physically weak and their weight is below the normal weight standards.

Malnutrition kills! – It kills over 3 million of blooming buds every year. It is killing the future of nation. Hands, which are meant to build the country, are not strong enough to fight for themselves. 1/3 rd of the mortality among children is caused by Malnutrition.

It is important to provide an understanding of Malnutrition within communities, since it is often confused with under nutrition and hunger.

Contact Us

Near Infinity Mall, Malad West