Berlin-based health tech startup Doctorly has raised a $10 million Series A round to try and get rid of disk-based operating (DOS) healthcare systems.
The new capital will be used to further accelerate its growth in the German market accelerating while it seeks to deliver new features and functionality aimed at reducing administrative costs and save time to make work for healthcare professionals easier and faster.
The startup saw the support of WELL Health Technologies, Horizons Ventures, The Delta, Speedinvest, UNIQA Ventures, Calm/Storm, and Seedcamp in this round.
Founded in early 2018, Doctorly says approximately 130,000 medical practices in Germany alone still rely on a DOS-based system to manage patients’ records. With its solution, it aims to change the way doctors process and manage patients’ medical information by replacing legacy software.
“We’ve worked closely with doctors and healthcare professionals since we started the business to build a new operating system for the entire primary care market,” says Doctorly CEO and co-founder Samir El-Alami. “Our close partnership has enabled us to build a practice management system that is modern, simple to use, secure, and connects with other modern technologies, making doctorly the first VC-backed company to have all of the regulatory approvals needed to sell our software in Germany.”