Polish startup Doctor.One raises €440k from Movens Capital
14 December, 2021, 13:48
Warsaw-based healthtech Doctor.One has closed a €440,000 (2 million zloty) pre-seed round from Movens Capital. The startup’s idea is to build an online clinic based on a trusted doctor-patient relationship healthcare model, MamStartup informs.
- Founded in 2021 by Tomasz Rudolf and Maciej Malenda, Doctor.One develops a healthtech platform that allows doctors to run a private medical practice through a a subscription-based model and patients to connect with their doctors directly.
- Unlike other platforms, Doctor.One is not centered around booking appointments but “rounds” — they mean the physicians can respond directly to messages from their patients, check on their treatment, issue them a prescription, or make an appointment. According to Doctor.One CEO Tomasz Rudolf, the main goal of the platform is to restore the trusted doctor-patient relationship.
- Movens Capital is a Polish VC fund supporting Central European tech companies, focusing on the fintech, martech, e-commerce support, logistics, medtech, industry 4.0 and deep-tech projects. Movens VC mainly invests in seed and Series A rounds with funding ranging from $250,000 to $1 million.
- Doctor.One already connects a group of 40 doctors in Poland.
- The startup will use the fresh funds to further develop the European healthcare network by entering five EU countries. Doctor.One wants to onboard at least 10,000 doctors there by 2025 for that purpose, Rudolf tells MamStartup.