Medbelle Bags $7 Million in The Latest Funding Round, Aims To Build Digita
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Medbelle bags $7 Million in Latest Funding Round, Aims to Build Digital Hospital

In future, Medbelle wants to tie up with the U.K.'s public health insurance and the National Health Service.

Medbelle bags $7 Million in Latest Funding Round, Aims to Build Digital Hospital

Medbelle is the first digital hospital to raise $7 million in Series A funding. The latest funding was led by Venture Capital. The app offers services from appointments, financing options, consultants, treatments and medical details.

The latest funding from Medbelle is led by Signals Venture Capital, Talis Capital, IBB, Cavalry Ventures and Mutschler Ventures.

Currently, it operates in cosmetics, ophthalmology, and bariatrics. They are aiming for expansion into fertility treatment and orthopedics. Presently, it provides services to private patients only, but further, it is looking to partner with U.K.’s public health insurance, National Health Service and public health insurance providers to increase its reach.

The digital healthcare startup was founded in 2016 by Leander de Laporte and Daniel Kolb. More than 30,000 Britons have already experienced their services and by 2020 it is expected to gain 144,000 users.

Medbelle's Co-founder, Leander de Laporte said,

Laporte indicated that at present the healthcare providers lack the tools to efficiently operate and that results in “frustration, operational hiccups and unnecessary healthcare costs."

In order to ease this problem, Medbelle via digitally offering trying to offer patients better control over their allocation while also providing healthcare professionals with access to tools including the complete treatment journey.

Laporte further added,

The UK private healthcare startup sector is forecast to reach $13.8 billion by 2023. Therefore, it attracted the investors to put their money on Medbelle as they see it as a profitable opportunity.

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