New Delhi, March 16, 2016: Pluss, the on-demand medicine and healthcare products delivery service has opened bookings for nearly 350 diagnostic tests through its Android and iOS app. The platform has tied up with labs like Labstreet in Delhi-NCR, Medyog in Bangalore and Doctor-C from Hyderabad and Bangalore. Subscribers can take their pick from an extensive list of tests at discounts worth flat 15% and up to 30%.

To book a lab test, patients must visit the Pluss App and go to the lab tests section and select the preferred test they want to undergo. Once selected, they can go to the cart and choose the particular lab from where they can do their prescribed test. Patients will have to fill their personal and booking details to confirm the order. Once they receive a confirmation call from Pluss’ service partner for pre-test instructions, Phlebotomists will be at their doorstep for the sample collection free of cost and then get it processed at the chosen lab. Finally, the reports will be sent to the patient via their email ids. Bookings can be done on the app as well as on the website: https://www.plussapp.com/

Atit Jain, the CEO of Pluss commented, “Through this online diagnostic test service, we aim to make it convenient for people to book lab tests and get them done on time in the comfort of their homes. Currently, we have partnered with just three laboratories, but eventually, we will join hands with more test labs to reach out to a wider base of subscribers.”

Based out of Delhi, Pluss was incorporated in 2015 by Atit Jain, Madhulika Pandey and Tarun Lawadia after witnessing the country’s largely unorganised health care industry, which otherwise is worth billions of dollars. The Pluss app offers cash on delivery services and card on delivery services that can be availed of on prior notice. Currently covering Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad and Bangalore, Pluss further adding Medical Tests and Surgical Equipment to its product categories. With the health products market expected to grow at a CAGR of 15% and touch $158.2 Billion in 2017, Pluss has placed a bet on hyperlocal delivery, envisioning emerging as India’s reigning name in the healthcare sector.