Healthtech Startup Abita Gets Seed Funding from Sky7Ventures, a US-based early stage funder and few others

 

Healthtech startup Abita health care adds another feather of fame to the startup stories. This healthtech startup is based in Gurugram and it has recently raised an undisclosed amount of seed-funding led by Michigan-based early stage fund and global incubator Sky7Ventures. There is a list of other investors who participated as well. The list include Vignesh  Ramanujam, investor and board member at Ritex, Younify and Chaicup; Balasubramanian Sankarnarayanan, EVP Head, Thryve Digital Health, Navy Ramavat, managing director, Indira Securities; and Swapnil Mehta.

How it all started

Abita Healthcare is founded by its three core members and they are Dr. Jatin Kakrani, Dr. Avi Ramavat and IIM Lucknow Alumni Hitesh Kakrani. They began their healthtech startup with two clinics in Indore, MP in November 2017. In the year 2018 Abita started with six paid clinics and full scale operations. Now the company has expanded its wings to 40 clinics across Indore, Pune and Ahmedabad. Being encouraged by the flow of fresh funds, Abita plans to proceeds for further expansion in more cities.

Abita focuses on the healthcare sector in India as they found the country is lacking behind to provide automated and optimized management of practice for medical practitioners. The result is obvious. As the smaller cities are lacking in use of technology in medicals, the patients are getting deprived of a quality medical attention. Abita has become a favorite among the entrepreneurs as it has become successful to think out of the box. Hitesh Kakrani, one of the founder members of Abita, explained that the company also has plans to expand its niche offerings to services where the inventory demand is heavy and constant like dermatology, dental care etc.

The first product by the company is Doc32 which provides:

  • Data analytics on Clinic’s performance.
  • Item-specific supplies inventory required for a month.
  • Doctor’s performance matrix.
  • System generated specific specialty patient health and hygiene score.

Apart from these benefits, Doc32 proves itself to be very helpful to doctors as it takes care of the doctor’s needs and requirements. Doc32 also takes into consideration consumer purchase pattern, time spent in clinic, use of diagnostic equipment, consultation pattern and many more. The funding is covered in more details at INC42

Abita’s latest technical back up provides the patient with a complete digital prescription that opens up with a synced flow of tabs as – Complain, History, Diagnosis, Counseling, Treatment, Prescription and Invoicing. Click To Tweet

To ensure Abita is able to gain faith and recognition, it plans to approach genuine practitioners and enable them to deliver better. Because ultimately every doctor wants to do the best for his patient. Abita looks forward to create a wholesome integrated tech eco system for a doctor.

Expansion Plan

Abita healthcare has already tied up with companies like Epinlabs (Gift card/ code and subscription voucher generation), Vista Money (payment solutions) and Sinlkd (secure video conferencing) and the company is dreaming it big with the upcoming years. With rising middle-class, specialty healthcare services, expert physicians and an increased dependency on technology to facilitate healthcare, Abita has an widening opportunity to serve people with medical conditions.

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