Docttocare raises Rs. 4 Crore from Krishna kumar Devnally, the Director of M-Power solutions.
Docttocare lets users from non-metro cities to book an appointment with hospitals located in metro cities.
Docttocare focuses to process 20 lakh appointments by December 2020.
Bengaluru-based healthcare service provider Docttocare raises Rs. 4 Crore from startup mentor Krishna kumar Devnally, the Director of M-Power solutions. The startup is planning to use the raised funds in enhancing the outreach to people seeking quality healthcare and accelerating the product experience.
Focusing over the raised fund, Sugandha Agarwal, Founder, and CEO, Docttocare, said, “In our country, quality healthcare is restricted to people dwelling in large metro cities, be it the availability of doctors, presence of state-of-the-art equipment, or high-quality nursing support. Docttocare bridges these gaps and enables everyone to access quality healthcare.”
The startup came into action in 2016 and is run by Doctor Online Healthcare Innovation Pvt. Ltd. It’s an online portal that lets users from non-metro cities to access quality healthcare and book an appointment with hospitals located in metro cities. It also has facility of arrangement of transport for patients if needed. It claims to have facilitated more than 50,000 appointments through its platform and focuses to process 20 lakh appointments by December 2020.
The startup was also in the process of launching new services by collaborating extensively with hospitals to further improve users’ healthcare experience. It currently has tie-ups with healthcare solution providers including BLK hospitals, Apollo Hospital, Sakra Hospital, Manipal Hospital, ARTEMIS, and several others. It is also trying to have tie-ups with several hospitals in Chennai, Mumbai, and Hyderabad.
The online healthcare sector is enhancing aggressively. Recently online medical consultation startup DocsApp has raised $1.7 Million from venture debt firm InnoVen Capital. Early this month, health and fitness startup Cure Fit Healthcare Pvt. Ltd, founded by former Flipkart executive Ankit Nagori and Myntra co-founder Mukesh Bansal raised $75 million (Rs 520 crore) in its Series D round of funding led by venture capital firm Accel.
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