Doxper, a healthtech startup, headquartered in Mumbai, has bagged $4 million in a Series A round led by Alkemi Venture Partners. While, other active participants in the round includes Rainforest Venture Network, growX Ventures and some angel investors.
With the funding, the startup had planned on digitising the global OPD (outpatient department) process to the UK, Middle East, Southeast Asia, Brazil and South Africa, by the start of 2019.
Doxper, was founded in 2015 by Randeep Singh, Shailesh Prithani and Pawan Jain. The company’s headquarters is in Mumbai. The company is run by InformDS Technologies Pvt. Ltd, works on a machine-learning artificial intelligence-powered data capture which enables doctors to maintain digital records of the patient.
The platform uses an encoded pen with which the doctors can write the prescription and patient details, which automatically gets transferred to the cloud network. This solution can be integrated with any existing electronic medical record (EMC) system.
Adding on, patients can also use the app to access their medical records, book follow-ups and share reports with family. As of March 2019, the healthtech startup serves 1600 independent clinics, 3K doctors and 10 corporate hospitals including Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital, Public Health Foundation of India and KIMS hospital.
It claims to generate approximately 5 Lakh sheets a month. Till now, Doxper has served 2.25 Mn unique patients, creating nearly 5 Mn records.
While, the company’s website shows “We received comprehensive support, funding for living expenses and office space to help us successfully explore the Korean market opportunity.”