Software development firm Comp-U-Learn Tech India Ltd (CTIL) is looking to acquire a 51% stake in online health service company, Doctorstime Health Services Private Limited, which operates the portal Doctors Time, according to a BSE listing. The filing suggests that the firm is planning to seek approval from its board of directors for this acquisition, in a meeting scheduled on September 21, 2012. Founded in February 2012, Doctors Time offers various healthcare related services like online booking of doctor appointments, alerts for patients about their next doctor visit, and online storing of medical records like prescriptions and diagnostics reports among others. According to the company website, Doctors Time was also planning to add doctor oriented services in the future, although there is no specific information on these services. Booking Appointments: When we checked the website, we noticed that one could search for their preferred doctors based on various parameters like doctor's name, specialization, and locality and book appointments either through the website or tele-booking. Doctors Time claimed that the service was currently available in Hyderabad and Secunderabad, and that it was planning to extend the service to more cities in the future. Pricing: At the time of writing this article, the initial registration for doctors was free, although a popup on the website suggested that it will remain free for limited time only. For patients, the site offers two different subscription plans - Single (Rs 499) and Family of 4 members pack (Rs 999). It also offers an attendant service for an additional cost…
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