Bengaluru-based startup DocsApp has acquired DocWise, a patient-doctor engagement optimisation platform for an undisclosed sum of money.
With this acquisition, DocWise will add to DocsApp’s growing doctor network and enrich its engagement with the community.
“DocWise has not only enabled doctors to streamline the queues at their clinic, but also helped bridge the doctor-patient communication gap. At DocsApp, we believe in empowering doctors, and DocWise’s product increases both efficiency and productivity of doctors. Together, we will be able to help patients easily access doctors through our platform,” Satish Kannan, CEO & Co-founder, DocsApp said.
Founded in 2015 by IIT-Madras alumni Satish Kannan and Enbasekar Dinadayalane, DocsApp offers AI-focussed platform to connect with more than 5000 specialist doctors for consultations.
DocWise was also established by IIT alumni. It helps doctors optimise their post-consultation patient engagement such as managing follow-ups and manage avoidable patient clinic visits.
Responding to the development, Rahul Gupta, founder of DocWise, said: “We are excited to join hands with DocsApp, led by Satish and Enba. Together we share a vision to make quality healthcare accessible to billions. The decision to combine forces with DocsApp will allow us to strengthen our position in the digital healthcare segment.”