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Health startup Click2Clinic acquires Home Health Care

02 August 2017 | News

The startup will deploy its technology and capitalize on the network created by this agency in Bengaluru.

Courtesy- Pixabay

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Health technology startup Click2Clinic has acquired Home Health Care, an agency which offers home health care services in Bengaluru, for approximately Rs 4 crore in an all-stock deal.

The startup, which is an aggregator of hospitals, clinics, diagnostics, pharmacy, ambulance services and allied health services, will deploy its technology and capitalize on the network created by this agency in Bengaluru.

Founded by Punnam and Dr. Murali Bharadwaj in the United States, the company is now looking to raise $1 million for an aggressive expansion into Indian cities.

The company also forayed into Malaysian markets recently and plans to extend their presence in other countries including Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh by the end of this year.

Click2Clinic, which has raised approximately Rs 6 crore in the past, also launched a health application Clinicopedia, which enables connects home health services and patients.

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