MyHealthcare raises $2mn in Series A funding

Wednesday, August 1, 2018
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India's digital integrated healthcare technology platform, MyHealthcare, has raised its Series A funding of $2 million, a company statement said on Tuesday.

The round of funding was led by Hunch Ventures. Ajay Nanavati, Angel Investor and Retired Managing Director of 3M India and Israel also participated in the round. 

MyHealthcare, is a mobile healthcare ecosystem operated by Gurugram-based InnoCirc Ventures that enhances patient engagement and empowers them with their healthcare needs, through offerings such as health trackers, emergency services, video consult and 24x7 health monitoring.

The platform helps connect healthcare givers, hospitals, diagnostics, patients and their family and brings them into a digital ecosystem. 

"With a widening gap between the availability of doctors, specialists and the demand for such care givers, we believe this gap can be bridged with data driven healthcare solutions. Our platform works with hospitals in enhancing their care solutions by transitioning the care process from paper to digital form.

"In the next phase we are working towards the use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for predictive analysis, to aid care givers in the diagnosis process," said Shyatto Raha, founder and director of InnoCirc Ventures.

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