Docline – a provider of a suite of medical practice management software solutions, including telemedicine, ePrescription, and symptom checker, to simplify the interaction between professional and patient – raised Є3 million in a Seed funding round.
American fund SEAF and EmergingTech Ventures led the investment round with participation from Sherry Ventures.
With new funds, the company plans to strengthen its business operations in Spain. The company already operates in Morocco and Latin America and employs about 33 people.
According to the company’s website, Docline offers end-to-end healthcare practice management and telemedicine solutions to healthcare professionals, hospitals, insurers, and pharmaceutical companies. Its solutions are already used by large companies such as MAPFRE, the Madrid College of Physicians, Vithas, Grupo San Juan de Dios, IVI, and Grupo MOK.
Medical practice management software startups
Medical practice management software providers have raised approximately $10 billion in funding to date. Latest funding rounds in this space include:
Archy, a provider of a dental practice management software platform, raised $10 million in funding. Bessemer Venture Partners and CRV co-led the investment round with participation from Alven, Nurzhas Makishev, Adapt Ventures, 2.12 Angels, Diagram Collective, Somrat Niyogi, Instacart CEO Fidji Simo, and former Uber CTO Thuan Pham.
Grow Therapy, a provider of end-to-end mental health practice management solutions, raised $75 million in Series B funding co-led by TCV and Transformation Capital, with participation from existing backers SignalFire and SVB.
Porter, a clinical services platform for care coordination and quality optimization for patients, providers, and payers, raised $5.4 million in Seed funding.