Diagnostics HealthTech startup ConnectedH raises seed funding

New Delhi-based Diagnostics-focussed startup ConnectedH, has raised seed funding from a clutch of investors.
Investors in this round include First Cheque, Sprout Investments and pre-seed and seed-focussed venture firm PointOne Capital, startup ConnectedH said in a statement.

Other investors in the startups include Cloudnine Hospitals co-founder Rohit MA, Seekify founder Ajeet Singh Kushwaha, E&Y partner Ankur Pahwa and Ford India president Anurag Mehrotra, 91mobiles founders Bharanidharan Viswanathan and Nitin Mathur, Okcredit co-founders Harsh Pokharna and Gaurav Kumar, AdvantEdge MD Kunal Khatter, Gaadi.com founder Umang Kumar and Haitong investment banking MD Vivek Shah also participated in this round.

ConnectedH raised an undisclosed amount of funding from this clutch of investors.

The startup was founded by Shubham Gupta, Suresh Singh and Rahul Kumar in 2018.

Gupta is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur and has worked with startups including CarDekho. Suresh Singh, who has also worked at CarDekho, is an Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore graduate. Kumar is an IIT-Kanpur alumnus and has set up startups including the sports entertainment-focussed Kickoff Nation.
ConnectedH says it aims to simplify healthcare processes by organizing relevant data. The startup says it is operating to develop an ecosystem where patients will have full access to and command over their data across diagnostic centres, doctors, and hospitals.

“Single-point access to all healthcare data will not only enable diagnostic centres to become more organised but also improve health outcomes,” First Cheque CEO Kushal Bhagia said. “We hope to see ConnectedH expanding the scope of their coverage with this funding.”

It will use the seed capital to expand its geographical presence and integrate its services deeper within the diagnostics ecosystem. It will also use the funds to widen its offerings for diagnostic centres.

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