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Walk us through some of the scaling nuances in healthcare or showed her some of the things that should. It's so right there. The there are many challenges because the first time somebody's trying to disrupt this space and provide a quality solution in the outside of hospital care, which means at home mostly at home sometimes at office or through technology, but it's how healthcare is associated with the facility. I mean that's how it has been all this while traditionally either. It's a hospital or a clinic or lab or whatever. Nobody thinks of healthcare being delivered outside at your home avid of the same quality. So creating that confidence in the customer's mind that this is good quality health care that is coming to your place was a very big challenge for us. So like I talk to you about hospital them working with hospital. What was the challenge to overcome likewise with patients to overcome the challenge that this is good. This is something you don't have to rush to the hospital comes to you. It is good and it is a very affordable. It's not more expensive than the hospital. It's if anything cheaper and good quality and managed in a medically right manner so that was a change that had to go in their minds. The third aspect is of course the supply making sure that her to a doctors nurses physiotherapists all. Of those look at this also as a career option is something which we struggled with and today, of course, it's seen as a legitimate career option. It wasn't so at all. The other piece when talking about supply was this whole nursing it endure bedside it in entry requirement. A lot of patients require continuous support, which is not necessarily medical in nature. They need someone to help them with their daily activities, especially a lot of elders or people who have post-operative. recovery requirements, they need all the medical help your physiotherapist nurse. Dr. All of that, but they also need the medical the non-medical which side or nothing it ended and that carter does not exist in India. So literally over the last five years. We have created that carter in this country. And of course people like us we hired thousands and thousands of them every year and it's become a legitimate below put here for the audience reporter. We can share that currently we have close to about 4,000 staff across the country. 16 locations and any other challenges from scaling in healthcare, which is different from your previous journeys like anything specific to health care that I'm sure there are lots but what's top of mind? I think the supply chain in healthcare is much more difficult because there is always a paucity of doctors and nurses. It's not something which is especially special to home health care. It is that's a really that's the way the market is. It's very difficult to get good quality medical people and make sure that they deliver a good job. So this scaling becomes that much more difficult when supply is always something that you have to work on. It's not something which is outliers or yours of people to take the nurses everyone the. Okay. Got it. Yeah, the other piece which for us are for home healthcare is I would say different I said it's not covered by insurance. Where's hospital care tends to be covered by insurance, of course only 35% of people are covered by insurance. But even in that home health care is not covered. So it's always out of pocket. So that makes it more difficult for people to fund it. So that's another challenge for this industry of at this point, which I am hopefully that will also yeah. Yeah, that's great.