London-based review-your-healthcare-provider Doctify has raised an additional $7.5 million in its latest funding round, bringing their total raise to date to $20 million.
The round was led by Keen Venture Partners and saw participation from Amadeus Capital and Guinness Asset Management, as well is private investor Thomas Teichman, whose previous investments include Lastminute.com, Made.com and Notonthehighstreet.com.
“Doctify co-founders Stephanie and Suman, both surgeons by background, bring deep expertise in healthcare and are in prime position to transform and win the market. Their solution is driving real-time improvements to patient care across multiple international providers,” comments Keen Ventures Principle Briehan Burke.
Founded in 2016 by Daniel Jung, Stephanie Eltz, Suman Saha, Doctify’s goal is to increase trust and transparency in the healthcare system by democratising access to verified patient reviews. A Trustpilot or Glassdoor for your healthcare provider, if you will.
With real-time reviews and benchmarking data, Doctify helps keep healthcare providers understand, learn, and iterate based on real patient feedback.
To date, the platform has served over four million people with reviews of over 25,000 healthcare providers. Doctify’s client base includes big-name hospital groups including HCA, Royal Brompton Hospital, and Priory Group.
“We are thrilled to partner with investors to fuel our continued growth and accomplish Doctify’s mission of helping 30 million people across the globe to find the right specialist by 2023. We believe that by empowering providers to better capture patient feedback with technology, we can drive tangible improvements in healthcare,” adds Doctify CEO Stephanie Eltz.