Based in Ho Chi Minh City, Docosan helps patients avoid long waits by letting them search and book doctors through its app.
The company announced today it has raised more than $1 million in seed funding, which it claims is one of the largest seed rounds ever for a Vietnamese health tech startup.
Vietnam-based health-tech startup Docosan has raised over US$1 million in a funding round led by Taiwanese tech venture capital firm AppWorks, which is known for its investments in leading Southeast Asian companies such as Lalamove, Carousell, and ShopBack.
Founded in 2020, the app has been used by about 50,000 patients for bookings and now has more than 300 individual healthcare providers, ranging from small family pediatric clinics to neurosurgeons at large private hospitals, co-founder and chief executive officer Beth Ann Lopez told TechCrunch. Providers are vetted before being added to the platform and have on average 18 years of clinical experience.
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