Press Mentions - icliniq as mentioned on various news and media channels


Best Telemedicine Companies of 2021
GOV Health IT - 01.Sep.2021

Just like other telehealth providers, iCliniq also provides a wide array of services for patients and they can book an appointment online. Patients can also submit to the physicians their medical issues, request a phone conversation or a video call. What is special about iCliniq is the number of doctors that are available that come from different medical specialties. ... read more »


Memorial Sloan Kettering Opens Center In India Amid Rising Demand For Healthcare In Asia
Forbes - 06.Aug.2021

The India center located in Chennai provides remote opinions through video or written consultations to cancer patients, as well as access to Memorial Sloan Kettering oncologists, research, clinical trials and education, Memorial Sloan Kettering said in a statement on Monday. The New York-headquartered cancer center is partnering with iCliniq, a leading global telemedicine provider based in India.  ... read more »


Top Cancer Center Claims a Consultancy First. Critic Disagrees
Modern Healthcare - 05.Aug.2021

The entity will be headquartered in the city of Chennai, home of MSK's partner in the venture, iCliniq, an Indian telemedicine company. ... read more »


Now, cancer patients in India can get opinions from doctors around the world at touch of a button
The Indian Express - 05.Aug.2021

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre (MSKCC) has launched a set-up to serve India initiative under which cancer patients in India will have access to the institution’s oncologists, researchers, clinical trials, and education from around the world. As part of this effort, MKCC has partnered with iCliniq, a global telemedicine provider based in India. ... read more »


Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Launches MSKCC India to Expand Access to World-Renowned Oncologists, Cancer Care, Research, and Education
PR Newswire - 02.Aug.2021

As part of this effort to bring world-class care to people in India diagnosed with cancer, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has partnered with iCliniq, a leading global telemedicine provider based in India. This partnership is the first of its kind for both iCliniq and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. ... read more »


COVID-19: Indian health tech startups step in to take load off healthcare system
Money Control - 30.Apr.2021

Dhruv Suyamprakasam, founder, iCliniq, a Coimbatore-based telemedicine startup, said the platform saw the demand increase 8-9x in 2020. “While the demand came down in late 2020, the numbers are seeing 8-9x spike again over the last few weeks,” he said. ... read more »


Digital healthcare companies receiving rise in consultations from Tamil Nadu
New Indian Express - 19.Apr.2021

iCliniq, a Coimbatore-based telemedicine company, said last year it had registered a growth rate of 8x to 9x, however when cases went down the figures decreased. “However, after a brief lull, from April this year we are again registering a growth rate of 7.5x to 8x,” said Dhruv Suyamprakasam, founder of iCliniq. ... read more »


Telehealth Is Taking Off in 2021—Here Are the Top Telehealth Companies to Consider If You're Ready to Book an Appointment
Parade - 08.Apr.2021

iCliniq - This company offers a wide variety of services including consultations cover general medicine, dermatology, psychiatry, oncology, gynecology and more. ... read more »


Special Programme India Ideas, Episode-15: Heath tech spurs medical touism
DD INDIA (Doordarshan) - 29.Jan.2021

"2020 has been the year where telemedicine went mainstream.", says Dhruv Suyamprakasam, Founder of iCliniq on DD India. ... read more »


Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
BloombergQuint - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »