Doktor.se, a digital healthcare platform with its headquarters in Stockholm and Stockholm, has secured EUR50 million from the second round of capital that includes Norron, Consensus Asset Management, Skabholmen Invest, and others, unidentified institutional investors. Former shareholder Oriola Corporation has consented to sell some of its shares in the course of the deal in order to close the funding. In the end, one of the largest shareholders is Oriola.
According to Doktor.se, the additional funds are intended to boost the service’s capabilities to support mental health issues and chronic diseases. A massive acquisition drive as well as the digitization of physical clinics are planned. While it’s not included in the news announcement The company is considering an IPO for the quarter ending in 2022 as per doktor.se. The CEO and founder Martin Lindman states that their intention is to launch an IPO in the first quarter of 2022.
Doktor.se founded in 2016has now surpassed its rival Kry to become the second most popular physician application in Europe according to Appfigures. With their extensive network of physical facilities as well as their globally accessible app, Doktor.se conducted over 1.2 million consultations for patients in the period of 2020. Additionally, AniCura, a chain of veterinary hospitals, utilizes Telemedicine throughout all of the Nordic states, including Belgium, in collaboration with Proximus, a telecoms company as well as in Brazil via ViBE the digital healthcare service.
Lindman claims that by establishing conversations with patients electronically We both benefit the patient as well as society as a whole by reducing time and money. When traditional healthcare is improved by technology, patients are able to access treatment faster. This allows for more resources for those who really need individual consultations. We are capable of providing patients with the best of both digital and physical healthcare is something we are extremely satisfied with what we’ve done.
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