The buyout makes Practo the world's largest appointment booking platform with nearly 40 million appointments managed every year, it said in a statement.
With the acquisition, Practo will get a product that provides smooth appointment booking, significantly reduced waiting time as well as contactless payment at hospital, it added.
"This is our fourth acquisition in the last 5 months. We continue our mission to help simplify and digitise healthcare globally and make Practo your health app," Practo founder and CEO Shashank ND said.
Over the coming months, Practo will continue its aggressive expansion and build the world's leading healthcare technology platform, he added.
Practo bought Fitho (digital fitness solution) in April, followed by Genii in July and Insta Health earlier this month.
The key proprietary technologies and algorithms of Qikwell help synchronise patients, doctors and front office staff at hospital to reduce the average wait time by over three times, resulting in a much better consumer experience as well as better optimisation of hospital operations.
Practo will use this technology to improve the booking experience across its entire platform.


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