Gurgaon-based startup MedECube, an asset-less healthcare startup that helps patients get access to doctors in major hospitals and clinics, including emergency care, has raised $4 million in series A round. The round was led by California-based VC firm Artiman Ventures, as reported by DealStreetAsia.
Founded by Dilpreet Brar, the startup helps patients get second opinions from the experts across the world, give advice on the healthcare solutions, help patients make up their minds and hand-hold them through this journey.
Decisions regarding the right treatment, the right facility, the right doctors and the right cost are difficult to make and a mistake may literally mean the difference between life and death. MedECube aims to bridge this gap and help deliver a process driven and yet a customized experience to each of its patients. It tries and understands the patient needs, articulated as well inarticulate, and develop a solution that fits the need.
The firm will focus on both domestic and international clients and will also assist patients post-hospitalization to help them take medications and tests on time.
Artiman is currently investing from its fourth fund, worth about $300 million and typically enters at the Series A round with an average ticket size of $4 million to $5 million. Last year, it has also invested $145 million in display solutions company Prysm‘s series C round.