Nexmuv technological innovation company, announces the creation of the startup MDC for the health sector. The company’s main objective is to operate in the health clinic market. health at work through the management of appointments, medical records and waiting lists, all through the use of an application.

Initially, 1 million reais were invested to make the project viable. “We created The Garage, the country’s first venture studio, focused on creating and accelerating startups. acting as an essential catalyst in the search for innovative digital solutions that optimize and facilitate processes, significantly improving people’s quality of life,” explains Carlos Perobelli, CEO of Nexmuv.

According to the manager, this is the launch of the first startup compared to others that will arrive in the years to come thanks to The Garage. “We intend to launch three more companies by 2025, investing up to 3 million reais in our own resources,” he predicts.

In occupational health clinics, MOC should offer a productivity gain of 30%. Formal labor market figures show the size of this segment. According to the RAIS (Annual Social Information List), of the Ministry of Labor and Employment, currently, out of 90 million economically active Brazilians, 48.7 million are hired in the CLT format, which generates on average 160 million professional exams per year.

The management of records and documentation in these occupational health clinics is one of the challenges that requires precision and constant updating; as well as queues, because these establishments receive a large flow of patients daily.

The new startup’s applications are developed with artificial intelligence (AI) and on a low-code platform, an approach that makes it easier for even less experienced programming developers to create complex applications and systems with minimal manual coding. “This implementation provides a reduction in the time and resources required to build and implement applications, which is one of the key benefits. By providing a visual interface and pre-built components, low-code platforms enable teams to scale quickly, quickly adapting to business requirements,” concludes Perobelli.