HDcare, an online surgery marketplace offering both outpatient and inpatient healthcare services in Thailand and Indonesia, raised $6 million in funding from Partech Partners, M Venture Partners, AC Ventures, iSeed, and Orvel Ventures.
With new funds, the company plans to hire more people and improve its online platform, which thousands of doctors and other medical professionals use to book and schedule operating rooms online.
Commenting on the funding news, Sheji Ho, CEO and Co-Founder of HDcare, said: “As we put the pandemic behind us, our investors and we see a once-in-a-lifetime supply-driven opportunity in HDcare that is very similar to how companies like Airbnb, Uber, and Groupon leveraged supply and emerged from the 2008 Financial Crisis.”
According to the company’s website, its online marketplace is helping over 1,500 healthcare providers, including hospitals. More than 250,000 patients have used the platform to date to book or schedule their surgical procedures online.
Digital health startups providing online healthcare service booking/scheduling platforms have raised nearly $10 billion in equity funding to date, according to our database. Latest funding round in online healthcare service space include:
- MyHealth Africa, an online platform that allows users to search, find and book a doctor appointment online in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, raised $1 million in seed funding led by GIIG Africa Fund, with participation from Samurai VC.
- Resilience Lab, an online virtual care platform that uses unique matching algorithms to connect customers with certified therapists based on their specific requirements, raised $15 million in Series A funding led by Viewside Capital Partners and Morningside.
- DispatchHealth, an online platform that allows users to schedule a same-day home-visit medical appointment with a care provider in the United States, raised $330 million in equity funding led by Optum Ventures, with participation from Humana, Oak HC/FT, Echo Health Ventures, and Questa Capital. New investors included Adams Street Partners, the Olayan Group, Silicon Valley Bank, Pegasus Tech Ventures, and Blue Shield of California.