Press Mentions

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

icliniq targets online doctor consultation space
YOUR STORY - 25.Sep.2014

“We trained the doctors to be tele-health savvy. Since it was a new industry, we had to find our own path. Even then we were not getting many video consultations. We were talking to a lot of doctors and the people who visited our website and noticed that we had an entry barrier,” adds Dhruv. ... read more »

Tech good care

As per Kumar of, almost 60% of primary health issues can be solved online. E-health can be a sunrise industry, only that user adoption has to be more. The improvements can be in terms of assuring and providing quality consultations, safety and privacy for customers, he adds. ... read more »

Doc, here's a selfie of my sore throat
THE TIMES GROUP - 13.Jul.2014

A significant proportion of patients seek help for mental health or issues relating to sex. “I get calls and emails regarding sexually transmitted infections daily , from 14-year-old boys and girls or middle-aged men,“ says Dr Meha Malhotra, a Lucknow-based dermatologist and HIV specialist associated with icliniq. ... read more » Reaches Landmark with 10,000 Issues Solved in Three Months
PR WEB - 21.Jan.2014

Visitors to can directly connect with a doctor for one-on-one consultations via e-mail, phone, or video chat. All health records are kept securely within the platform to allow patients to easily move from one physician to another if necessary. ... read more »

Deccan Chronicle’s story about icliniq “Healthcare Goes Virtual”
Deccan Chronicle - 18.Dec.2012

Keeping up with the times, health care has gone virtual with telemedicine gaining popularity the world over. One of the first to introduce it in india, is young Dhruv kumar from Coimbatore. An engineer, Dhruv’s disillusionment with life after graduation led him to consider a host of ventures – from civic service to social entrepreneurship. But it was an inspired conversation with his cousin, Dr Madhan Kumar that led to them co-founding iCliniq. ... read more »

Now consult your doctor without wait or travel
THE TIMES OF INDIA - 07.Jun.2012

Dr G S Prabhudoss, a surgical gastroenterologist at the Chennai Apollo Hospitals has started consulting and giving appointments to patients using an internet portal. "This saves patients a lot of time, and it helps me organize my schedule better," he says. He is one of the 50 doctors who consults and fixes appointments online using 'icliniq' ... read more »