28 August 2017, India:
Health tech startup Doxper has raised $750,000 in the latest round of seed funding from health insurance company Vidal Healthcare and early-stage investment firm GrowX Ventures as per the report by ET. The round also saw the participation from Capier Investments and venture capital firm Globevestor.
Shailesh Prithani, CEO and Co-founder of Doxper said, “Capital raised will be deployed to scale up operations and to further enhance technology platform by improving or adding more layers on top of the current stack including machine learning, handwriting recognition and AI for better care outcomes. The vision is to make Doxper the de-facto choice for healthcare digitisation in India and other emerging markets.”
Doxper offers comprehensive recording of medical prescriptions as well as interactions between a clinician and a patient. It fits seamlessly into existing clinical workflow without altering any step of the doctor-patient interaction.