HealthPlix has raised $3 Mn in a Series A round funding from IDG Ventures and Kalaari Capital, a company statement said.
The health-tech start-up which aims to transform the way diseases are treated in outpatient care in India, secured funding from venture capital firms IDG Ventures India and Kalaari Capital.
Founded by Raghuraj Sunder Raju, Sandeep Gudibanda, and Prasad Basavaraj in 2014, the Start-up runs an artificial intelligence-based medical records platform assisting doctors to enhance patient care.
It is a full-stack SaaS based EMR (Electronic Medical Records) platform which automates the entire workflow in the clinic/hospitals ranging from lab, billing and e-prescriptions, etc.
The software also helps doctors to provide prescription in more than 18 languages.
Raghuraj Sunder Raju, co-founder of HealthPlix was quoted as saying, “In India, 90% 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 and paper prescriptions and shift to new age EMR.”