London-based healthcare platform, Doctify has raised a further $7.5m in funding, bringing total investments so far to $20m. Founded in 2016 by NHS surgeons, Dr Stephanie Eltz and Dr Suman Saha, the company has been likened to Trustpilot for the healthcare sector.
Doctify operates across 6 countries, connecting more than 4 million people with over 25,000 doctors, hospitals and clinics.
The founders’ mission is “… to bring patients and doctors together. Our health is the most precious thing we have. We want to help people find the right health specialist, and provide them with the right guidance when they need it most.”
The most recent funding round was led by Keen Venture Partners with participation from previous investors, Amadeus Capital, Guinness Asset Management and Tom Teichman.
Briehan Burke, Principal at Keen Venture Partners, says: “
Doctify co-founders Stephanie and Suman, both surgeons by background, bring deep expertise in healthcare and are in prime position to transform and win the market. Their solution is driving real-time improvements to patient care across multiple international providers.”
Data is at the core of Doctify’s platform which provides insights for healthcare providers on customer experience as well as helping individuals find the best clinic or hospital for their needs. The company’s platform is built around AWS infrastructure.