Healthtech Startup Docplix Secures Rs 1.2 Cr in Bridge Funding

By Sunil Sonkar
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Healthtech Startup Docplix Secures Rs 1.2 Cr in Bridge Funding

Healthtech startup Docplix lately announced to have secured Rs 1.2 crore in bridge funding led by Inflection Point Ventures. The fresh capital comes after it raised Rs 5 crore in a pre-Series A round this March and it was led by Eris Lifesciences and a couple of more angel investors. The company also successfully raised Rs 1.2 crore in a seed round in February 2022.


Docplix plans to use the new investment for product development, AI integration and market expansion. The startup aims to enhance its Electronic Health Record (EHR) system equipped with advanced AI features to improve decision-making support as well as patient care.

Docplix was founded by Varun Garg and Aayush Garg. It offers an ABDM-compliant EHR system that ensures secure and interoperable management of patient data. Its system integrates Decision Support System (DSS) and this helps healthcare professionals in making informed decisions with the help of data analytics. Moreover, it provides innovative visualization tools that make patient data easy to understand. As an aftermath, it enhances patient care and clinic efficiency.

Docplix serves over 2,000 doctors in tier-II and tier-III cities through various programs and remote clinics. The approach addresses healthcare needs in underserved areas. It ensures more people should have access to quality healthcare.

The primary focus of Docplix is on improving healthcare with the help of technology and innovation. This is significant in today’s rapidly changing medical landscape. It is gradually making healthcare data more accessible and more manageable. It is also providing the doctors with necessary tools to make better clinical decisions.

In short, the fresh funding is said to be enabling the startup to continue healthcare delivery transformation mission. With the help of enhanced AI, it can offer even more sophisticated support to healthcare professionals. Ultimately, the system will improve patient outcomes.

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