HealthPlix, a startup that runs certainly one of India’s largest EMR platforms, has raised $22 million in a Collection C funding spherical led by Avataar Enterprise Companions and SIG Enterprise Capital. The spherical was additionally participated by its current buyers, together with Lightspeed Enterprise Companions, JSW Ventures, Kalaari Capital, Chiratae Ventures, and Blacksoil Capital.
The HealthPlix EMR gives AI-powered medical resolution assist on the level of care. It’s presently utilized by over 10,000 medical doctors who’re treating 2.5% of the Indian inhabitants. Because it was launched in 2014, HealthPlix has launched extra options to its platform, together with Drug-to-Drug Interactions, cellular EMR, AI-powered SmartScan, and the Physician Insights dashboard.
WHAT IT’S FOR
In a press release, the corporate mentioned it’ll use its recent funds to “ramp up physician first product innovation, improve the know-how stack and scale person acquisition efforts.” HealthPlix targets to boost its person base to round 25,000 medical doctors treating 15% of the Indian inhabitants by 2024.
“With these new funds, we purpose to cater to round 200 million-250 million extra affected person lives in an 18-month time-frame,” added CEO and co-founder Sandeep Gudibanda.
Final 12 months, fellow Indian startup Eka Care additionally raised $15 million in Collection A funding, the proceeds of which had been supposed to assist its efforts to succeed in extra physician customers. It claims to carry the largest repository of well being information in India with over 30 million information and greater than 5,000 medical doctors utilizing its EMR options.