GOQii, known for its range of healthcare products, is now expanding its services to the GOQii health 3.0 ecosystem. As part of the new services offerings, GOQii is introducing Smart Preventive Health Care plans and a new fitness tracker. GOQii health 3.0 consists of a suite of new offerings that will be available to all existing GOQii users in the beginning of 2018. These services will be available in India and will roll out to other countries through 2018. Also Read - India's CCI must introduce anti-competitive practices for global tech giants, allow Indian businesses to flourish
To detail these offerings, first up is GoQii’s smart preventive family healthcare plan, which offers a service called GOQii Family care that connects, tracks and offers health consultations by GOQii care team consisting of GOQii Coach, GOQii Doctors and GOQii health experts. Also Read - FIR filed against Twitter India again, now over child pornography content
Another initiative that GoQii has launched is Games4Good, which is essentially a series of puzzle-based cognitive games built into the GOQii app that helps players exercise their mind and prevent brain disorders and improve their memory, cognitive powers and overall mental health. Also Read - Mi Notebook Pro X to be Xiaomi's most expensive laptop yet, launch tomorrow
Finally, GOQii launched a Health Store, which is a GOQii-curated health marketplace with a suit of wide variety of products and services such as healthy snacks, health food delivery brands, health supplements, online pharmacy, diagnostics, genetic testing, gym, and accessories.
Vishal Gondal, Founder & CEO, GOQii says, “As our platform expands we are trying to fulfil the health care needs of an entire family instead of just an individual. There are number of active players who have already enrolled their families on the platform for over two years. Based on this learning and experiences, we were prompted to introduce family care plans. We found that families who adopt healthy lifestyle together develop stronger family bonds and are more likely to accomplish their health goals.”