Indian Healthtech Startup TaCa Seeks Funding for Expansion

Indian Healthtech Startup TaCa Seeks Funding for Expansion

Indian surgery provider TaCa Healthcare seeks external funding to facilitate its expansion plans. The startup aims to reach 40–45 cities across India by the end of this year. Furthermore, it’s planning to expand into the Middle East, Africa, and Europe over the next 2 to 3 years.

Operating digitally, TaCa Healthcare connects patients with top-tier surgeons. With its convenient and cost-effective model, the company has served over 45,000 patients and conducted over 2,500 surgeries.

At the core of TaCa Healthcare’s success is its unique asset-light model, which can reduce the cost of elective surgeries by up to 50%. This includes the overhead expenses associated with conventional hospitals. To further minimize costs, the company establishes specialized, smaller surgical facilities and leases operation theaters from hospitals.

Regarding cost, TaCa Healthcare’s elective surgeries are on par with the Indian government’s healthcare schemes, like the Ayushman Bharat scheme. This means that laparoscopic cholecystectomy and knee replacements are now within reach for a broader population segment.

In a healthcare landscape often marred by high costs and limited accessibility, TaCa Healthcare is leading the charge in making surgical procedures more affordable, readily available, and patient-centric.

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