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DocPlix raises Rs 1.5 crore in seed funding

DocPlix, a Lucknow-based on-demand healthcare platform and electronic health record provider has secured Rs 1.5 crore in a seed round from angel investors Vishal Sharma, Pankaj Pandey, Uttam Kumar, Credit Suisse’s Gurpreet Singh, and others.

Doctors can use the platform to access Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products such as digital clinic management software. For patients’ convenience, the site also provides medical record storage and other features. It also has an application which accesses video consultations with India’s best doctors and connects with them online, available 24/7 just from the comfort zone of the home. 

The company was founded in 2021 by Dr Varun Garg and Aayush Garg and will utilise the current round of funding for product development as well as growth into corporate and business-to-business products. 

DocPlix’s objective is to build an ecosystem of patients, physicians, hospitals, medical equipment, insurance, and patient care service providers. DocPlix’s mission has always been to use technology to empower the healthcare system, making good health more accessible, reliable, and hassle-free for all. This has been driven by a passion to provide care, impelled by an unwavering focus on quality, and guided by ground-breaking artificial intelligence. It also aims to be a company that best understands and meets the product, service, and self-fulfilment needs of patients and doctors throughout the world.

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