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Karista - Digital Solution

Connecting Aged Care and Disability Services Providers to Individuals

Categories Securities, Unissued Securities
Sale Type Asking Price
Price Guide AUD Target Capital Raise A$1.0M
Status: Open

Summary:

Karista is a unique healthcare solution operating across Australia that assesses individual needs and matches them to provider expertise. The highly functional platform, which is supported by an experienced customer service team targets the care giving relative allowing them to balance care (via peer reviews) and cost (via quotes based on needs).

Previously the government assessed and allocated individuals to a service provider and the service provider received all the money, today the consumer chooses and receives the funds. Karista’s online assessment seamlessly collects information based on individual needs and matches the client to provider expertise. For the care giving relative this significantly reduces the stress and time spent trying to find the right support needed while improving the likelihood of a life-long relationship with a provider. For the provider, the referral of business that is best suited to their experience and expertise results in ongoing business and sustainable growth.

The model will be expanded over time to service additional channels such as residential aged care, complementary products and services and other geographies including China. Future assets will include big data in relation to the consumer, carer, workforce and service providers.

 

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