Bleepa takes it's next steps in healthcare in India

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Our work in India

India is our first international focus following the positive Department of International Trade’s Virtual Mission in December 2020. Therefore, we have been developing our offer for the market and ramping up our work there. Find out about our work in the country so far.

News about our work in India

India's flag against a blue sky

India is our first international focus following Department of International Trade’s Virtual Mission in December 2020. As a result, we’ve welcomed two industry specialists in India to the team as part of our expansion.


Bleepa was selected for The India Healthcare Virtual Mission as part of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) first virtual event for India.



The COVID crisis only strengthens the urgent need for modernising India’s healthcare system. However, how do they tackle issues that have built over decades when faced with such a catastrophic situation? By Consultant Radiologist Dr Venkat Ramana Sudigali.


Urban scene of Bangaluru.

We are collaborating with Meddiff Private Ltd to target strategic opportunities in India. Additionally, we will share technical knowledge on our products to assess how we can connect to medical facilities.



Still from video showing the Bleepa app on a tablet with some text

Our platform can support India’s drive to transform digital health through networking care in the country’s hub and spoke healthcare system.


Showing a mainstream communications app on a smart phone.

Why should you be using our platform over standard messaging apps? Because it has secure, patient-focused chat combined with clinical-grade image sharing and annotation.



A patient in a hospital bed with two clinicians in white lab coats standing around them, another clinician in the foreground wearing blue scrubs is looking at her phone.

Rapidly access medical grade images on any device, from anywhere for fast and efficient clinical communications, and first-class patient experience.


Clinician in blue scrubs walking down a hospital corridor on a tablet.

Stay fully connected with your colleagues with our smooth digital transfer of patient information. Furthermore, share and annotate high-quality medical images, and rapidly discuss patient care.