May 5, 2015

Telemedicine startup Meedoc raises EUR 3.5 million investment

Meedoc’s app allows you to connect with a doctor via chat or video call, providing a simple addition to existing primary healthcare.
Meedoc’s app allows you to connect with a doctor via chat or video call, providing a simple addition to existing primary healthcare.
Meedoc

Finnish telemedicine startup Meedoc raises 3,5 million euro investment from Xlhealth, the German Venture Capital Investor specialised in Digital Health startups.

Meedoc wants to change the way we visit a doctor and the investment enables the company to launch their service across Europe.

Meedoc’s app allows you to connect with a doctor via chat or video call, providing a simple addition to existing primary healthcare. Meedoc states that through their app, treatment times can be reduced by up to 70 per cent.

“We are bringing access to better care for patients, breakthrough tools and new economic opportunities for doctors, and enabling considerable savings for healthcare payers,” says Mikko Kiiskilä, CEO and co-founder of Meedoc.

Meedoc and Xlhealth are determined to work towards the realisation of maintaining and improving the health of every human in a sustainable manner through digital healthcare.

“Telemedicine is currently dominated by governance, data security and trust issues. We evaluated countless startups in this space, Meedoc uniquely solved these healthcare regulatory compliance challenges,” states Ulli Jendrik Koop, chairman and CEO of Xlhealth.

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