Bengaluru-based healthtech startup HealthPlix on Monday announced it has recently concluded its Series B round of funding. HealthPlix raised $6 million in a round led by JSW Ventures. Existing investors Chiratae Ventures and Kalaari Capital also participated in the round.
Founded in 2016 by Raghuraj Sunder Raju, Prasad Basavaraj, and Sandeep Gudibanda, HealthPlix provides a clinical software for doctors. It has developed an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software, and provides Clinical Decision Support (CDS) to doctors and helps them generate e-prescriptions under 30 seconds.
According to the startup, it has been helping more than 5,000 doctors digitise their clinical operations and treatment methodologies. It has assisted in more than 50,000 consultations on a daily basis, and across 12 medical specialities. HealthPlix has also developed an IP around longitudinal representation of patient's treatment journey, and in delivering actionable clinical decision support to assist medical practitioners in real-time.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, HealthPlix claims it has enabled more than 15,000 doctors to offer video consultations. It is also exploring opportunities to collaborate with State governments in the country and bringing Covid-19 information under a single umbrella, assessing the outcomes of various treatments adopted by leveraging its capabilities.