PocketHealth Closes $16M Series A Funding


PocketHealtha patient-centric medical image sharing platform based in Toronto, Canada, raised US$16 million (C$20 million) in Series A funding.

The round, which brings the total capital raised to date by PocketHealth to US$22.5 million (C$29 million), was led by Questa Capital with participation from Radical Ventures.

The company intends to use the funds to expand its talent base, establish new clinical partnerships in the United States and Canada, and continue to invest in product innovation.

Founded by brothers Harsh Nayyar and Rishi Nayyar in 2016, PocketHealth is a patient-centric image sharing platform. With this solution, patients can instantly access, share and take ownership of their own medical images and records anytime, anywhere and with anyone. PocketHealth also enables direct sharing between hospitals and physicians, as well as instant DICOM retrieval and automated import capability, creating a unified image management solution for over 550 hospitals and imaging clinics across North America. .

PocketHealth is now used by more than 600,000 patients and 550 healthcare provider sites, and will exceed one billion stored images by the end of 2022.




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