Many startups in the health tech industry across the world have been founded with the intention to resolve the waiting time. These startups leverage technological advancements to connect both patients and doctors. Eventually, the waiting time involved in booking a doctor appointment has been reduced drastically.
DocPlanner based in Warsaw is a leading digital healthcare booking platform providing doctors and clinics with a suite of marketing and software services to deliver better and efficient healthcare services.
Raised €80M Series E funding
The Polish healthcare platform DocPlanner has raised a Series E funding of €80 million. This funding round was led by One Peak Partners and Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing along with participation from its existing investors ENERN Investments and Piton Capital. With this investment, the overall funding raised by the company is now nearly €130 million. This has helped it solidify its position as one of the best-funded digital healthcare players across the world.
Plans large recruitment drive
This investment will be used by DocPlanner to continue penetrating into the core markets in Latin America and Europe. Also, the company will invest in its R&D to develop more products and seek more acquisitions. Recently, the startup surpassed 1,000 employees on a global scale and has nearly 100 open positions.
Opts for SaaS to digitise practices
DocPlanner provides free doctor reviews and lets patients book appointments via its platform. Also, it offers a SaaS tool for doctors and clinics to reduce no-shows, digitise practices to be able to spend more time with patients, optimise the patient flow and improve healthcare services.
Serves over 30 million patients!
This doctor booking platform currently serves over 30 million patients and handles over 1.5 million bookings per month. The platform lists over 2 million healthcare professionals and has garnered 2.4 million patient reviews. As of now, DocPlanner operates across 15 countries with offices located in Rome, Istanbul, Barcelona, Warsaw, Mexico City and Curitiba.
Eyes for further acquisitions
Besides these, the healthcare booking platform is looking for further acquisitions. It is eying for young and innovative cloud-based software companies to accelerate growth. Previously, DocPlanner acquired rivals in Turkey and Spain in 2014 and 2016 respectively.
“This fresh funding comes at the best moment in the company’s history,” said Mariusz Gralewski, founder and CEO of DocPlanner. “The growth rate in our core business is accelerating and we’re seeing more opportunities in our space, both in terms of the customer segment and product offering, as the health tech market matures. Since our last funding round, we’ve focused on the core marketplace and SaaS business; now we are making a concentrated push into new growth areas. This is an exciting time for DocPlanner, patients, doctors and partners alike.”
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