New Delhi: Bengaluru based health tech firm HealthPlix announced raising funds worth USD 3 million (around Rs 20.6 crore) from IDG Ventures India and Kalaari Capital in its Series A round.
Co-founded by Raghuraj Sunder Raju, Sandeep Gudibanda and Prasad HBasavaraj, HealthPlix will utilise the funds to further strengthen its technology to assist doctors better and expand its team and services in other geographical markets.
“Population-level health problems can be better managed if digital tools assist doctors at the time of treating their patients. Our goal at HealthPlix is to drive better Health Outcomes by enabling widespread adoption of our platform,” said co-founder and CEO HealthPlix, Sandeep Gudibanda.
“We are happy to have gained valuable support from the leading investors – IDG Ventures India and Kalaari Capital. The funds raised will help us to enhance clinical experiences for patients & doctors and thereby create a platform which will revolutionize the Indian healthcare ecosystem,” added Sandeep.
“In India, 90 percent of care is delivered in an outpatient setting i.e. clinics and hospital OPDs. That’s our target segment. We are trying to empower doctors and hospitals digitally by eliminating the conventional pen & paper prescriptions and shift to new age EMR,” said co-founder, HealthPlix, Raghuraj Sunder Raju.
“HealthPlix team has been able to leverage their deep domain expertise in their AI driven EMR which significantly enhances doctor efficiency leading to better patient health outcomes,” said Principal Kalaari Capital, Mandar Dandekar.
“HealthPlix’s Electronic Medical Records (EMR) software for Hospitals and Clinics is driven by assistive-AI led Clinical Decision Support (CDS) system to assist doctors on various diseases and protocols. This can help doctors treat patients better and faster! It truly empowers the doctors in real time,” said Executive Director IDG Ventures India, Venkatesh Peddi.