Polish healtech giant Docplanner takes over MyDr
DocPlanner, the Warsaw-based giant in the healthtech sector, has made another acquisition, this time on the domestic market. The company took over MyDr, which is currently managing three brands: EDM, Dr100, and drNews. The companies did not announce the exact amount of the deal, MamStartup reports.
- Founded in 2011 by Luca Puccioni, Lucjan Samulowski, Mariusz Gralewski, Docplanner is a booking platform and management software provider for doctors. In the Polish market, the platform is best known as ZnanyLekarz. In September 2021, DocPlanner got unicorn status, raising a total of $140.5 million in funding.
- In August 2022, the company acquired Brazilian software developer Feegow. As a result of the deal, DocPlanner expanded its offer with Feegow’s medical facility management tool. Now, it made its first acquisition on the Polish market — MyDr.
- Currently, MyDr cooperates with 47,000 doctors, and almost 2 million visits are arranged monthly via the website. The company describes itself as the leader on the medical information market in Poland. It provides pharmacists and patients with comprehensive data on all medicinal products available on the Polish market, as well as several other products.
- MyDr is the owner of three brands. The first of them is EDM, a system for managing medical facilities, the second is Dr100, a software for running dental offices and clinics. The third brand is drNews, an information system for healthcare facilities.
- The acquisition is part of Docplanner’s expansion plans implementation. Right now, the service is already available in 13 countries.