This Indian healthtech firm is using AI to help patients suffering from heart diseases
Healthcareanalytics firm Tricoghas raised $10.5 million in a series B round of funding.
Artificial Intelligenceand Machine Learning, the startup helps in the wellness, screening and diagnosis of acute as well as chronic heart diseases.
- The latest round of funding is the startup’s series B round, two years post its series A investment.
The startup helps in the wellness, screening and diagnosis of acute as well as chronic heart diseases. Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, the five-year old startup has helped 3 million patients over the world. It also uses its virtual cardiology services for help in remote clinics.
The latest round of funding is the startup’s series B round, two years post its series A investment.
“We have witnessed phenomenal growth from our initial investments, both in terms of footprints in new geographies as well as revenue growth. Through this round of investment, we reinforce our commitment to strengthen our AI-powered platform for faster diagnosis, expand our product line and establish strong presence in Africa and Asia including India, China and Japan,” Dr. Charit Bhograj, CEO & founder said.
Tricog’s Insta ECG platform has been deployed in over 2,500 hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres to help diagnose and manage patients with critical cardiac diseases including heart attacks.
“We’ve seen Tricog’s evolution from an India-based ECG healthcare startup to an integrated, AI-driven full-stack ‘virtual cardiologist’ platform. Most Indian B2B startups have traditionally focused on Enterprise/SaaS. But Tricog is leading the way in building out deep-tech innovation, expanding product lines and creating impact by saving lives across developing markets globally,” said Sanjay Nath, Managing Partner at Blume Ventures.
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