SaveIN teams with MyKare Health to expand BNPL services for healthcare

SaveIN teams with MyKare Health to expand BNPL services for healthcare

by Pranali Mehta

Healthcare fintech startup, SaveIn, has reportedly entered into a partnership with MyKare Health, an asset-light healthcare chain with small- and medium-sized hospitals, to extend its buy now pay later offerings for treatment across India.

With the partnership, SaveIN will be able to expand its instant and paperless checkout finance for elective and standardized healthcare procedures across MyKareHealth’s network of hospitals. 

Jitin Bhasin, Founder and CEO of SaveIN, stated that the startup is thrilled to partner with MyKareHealth and plans to provide affordable and timely healthcare to its fast-growing customer base that is driven by SaveIn’s healthcare finance solution, Care now, Pay later.

The fintech strives to develop an integrated healthcare ecosystem across India to allow customers to enjoy embedded healthcare finance which is not only affordable and of high quality but offered by its vetted healthcare providers across various elective care and out-patient services.

Patients and customers can visit SaveIN’s partners located near them and avail various healthcare treatments or products at low or zero-cost EMIs.

Bhasin added that while the firm is onboarding hundreds of healthcare providers to the SaveIN platform on a monthly basis, it understands that integrating with healthcare chains and institutions is also highly integral for the startup’s growth strategy to as it accelerates SaveIN’s reach across India.

Silicon Valley-based technology startup accelerator Y Combinator is one of SaveIN’s backers, among other major American and European investors.

Senu Sam, Founder and CEO and MyKare Health, stated that the firm is thrilled to work with SaveIN and make use of their industry leading, embedded finance solution for its fast-growing customer base.

Sam complimented SaveIN’s aim in streamlining healthcare finance as well as its understanding of the sector and added that they give MyKare confidence in developing its business while also serving thousands of patients monthly.

The network chain startup aims to create India’s largest asset-light healthcare network for preventive care and elective surgeries and improve the overall healthcare experience for ordinary citizens. 

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Pranali Mehta

A chemical engineer by qualification, Pranali Mehta dutifully walked down the slated path and worked in a chemical firm for a year. Her passion for writing however, pushed her into experimenting with the same as a career. With over three years of experience in content writ Read more...