Doctrin, a medtech startup hailing from Stockholm, has raised €13 million to further its efforts of providing, “patient-centric healthcare, free from barriers”. In doing so, Doctrin is now looking beyond its existing markets of Sweden, the Czech Republic, Norway, and the UK, and developing new medical specialty offerings. To date, the firm has raised approximately €26 million. Founded in 2016 by Ashkan Labaf, Magnus Liungman, and Mattias Bernow, Doctrin takes on the traditional paper-based medical history file by offering health care professionals a mechanism to enter a history digitally, with the end result being a high-quality medical report, one that providers can make assessments and decisions from in record-breaking time. Moving the goalposts one step forward, the firm launched the Doctrin Network earlier this year, a feature that has enabled collaboration between various healthcare units. While this might sound like a no-brainer, this digital collaboration means that patients receive a seamless journey and have access to everything under the sun on offer from said healthcare provider. Doctrin reports that it is the leading supplier to some of the most sought-after healthcare providers in Sweden including Capio, Praktikertjänst, Achima Care, and Familjeläkarna, which together make up more than half of the private primary care market. “In the past year, we have seen an enormous interest in our solutions. 2020 is the year we had a real breakthrough in specialist care, e.g. pediatric and adolescent medicine and orthopedics. Unlike many digital platforms, which primarily offer solutions for remote consultations, we focus on solving healthcare's long-term challenge, the lack of resources,” comments CEO Anna-Karin Edstedt Bonamy. Doctrin’s latest funding round was led by existing investors HealthCap, Swedbank Robur, and Capio. Norron Asset Management also participated.