Based out of Berlin, Doctorly is a digital-first, cloud-powered, fully centralised, practice management platform for doctors. Recently, the company has secured $5.6 million (approx €5 million) led by Speedinvest. Other investors including Seedcamp, Target Global, Force Ventures, and UNIQA Ventures also participated.
Founded in 2018, doctorly is made up of an international team of serial tech entrepreneurs, doctors, technology experts, and product design specialists. As per the company claims, around 130,000 medical practices in Germany still uses a DOS-based system to manage patients’ records.
“Our first step to making this vision a reality is saving doctors and medical staff from their DOS-based, efficiency killing, highly regulated Practice Management Software.”
Right now, the German company is on a mission to replace the outdated practice management software being used by doctors in Germany and internationally. With B2B and B2C models, Doctorly provides all of the digital technology, tools, and support, via a single system, for a doctor to efficiently and digitally manage their practice, and to engage with their patients like never before.
On the other hand, Doctorly wants to offer digital personalized services and tools to patients via the health app patient portal, technology working perfectly in sync with their doctors.
“Raising a significant round of funding during a health crisis and subsequent economic downturn was not easy, but our vision to enable truly meaningful digital disruption in healthcare resonated more than ever. Changing the way healthcare ‘works’ isn’t easy, but we are excited and incredibly motivated to make it happen.”
Main image credits: Doctorly
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