Healthtech startup Practo, which offers a platform for booking appointments with doctors and B2B practice management services for medical professionals, is set to offer users the option of seeking financial assistance.

The Bengaluru-based entity is tying up with financial technology startups that have an NBFC (nonbanking finance company) licence or work with NBFCs, said Shashank ND, its chief executive.

“We are helping both doctors and consumers with the ability to finance their purchases better. Some fintech players are integrating with us for this,” Shashank told ET. Shashank did not name the partners but said the launch will be announced in a few weeks.

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