Meet Biloba, a French startup that wishes to leverage tech to make it easier to keep your children healthy. The business recently introduced a new mobile app that lets you chat with a medical professional whenever you want in between 8 AM and 8 PM. By doing this, if you have concerns about your kids, you can get a quick response. Naturally, a text conversation will never ever

replace a see to the pediatrician. Opportunities are you have a heap of questions, especially if you’re a novice parent. Rather of searching obscure discussion online forums, you can go directly to a physician. Biloba isn’t dealing with pediatricians particularly.

The company is also partnering with nurses and general practitioners. Eventually, the service is going to cost EUR10 monthly but the business is waving costs during the lockdown. After just 3 weeks, the startup handled to bring in 4,000 users with around 200

conversations each day. Compared to other telemedicine services in France, such as Doctolib, Biloba does not rely on video consultation. By doing this, it’ll be much easier to handle a large influx of brand-new clients even with a little group of partner doctors. The subscription service model is interesting for multiple reasons. Biloba isn’t covered by the French nationwide healthcare system. In France, clients only get repaid if the physician knows you currently. That constraint has been lifted throughout the lockdown however it’s probably simply a short-term lift. Many moms and dads probably do not wish to pay EUR120 each year to talk with a doctor when they could pay EUR0 through the national healthcare system.

But if you can afford it, the barrier to medical advice becomes much lower. Biloba previously launched a vaccine pointer app that lets you go into details about your kid’s vaccines

and get tips when the next arranged vaccine is due. Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.