Paperplane, an AI-based Digital Clinic for doctors and other medical practitioners has today announced that it has raised a round of INR 3 crores. The round saw participation from Cornerstone Venture Partners Fund, LetsVenture, 100X.VC and other angel investors.
The startup had earlier raised around that saw participation from LetsVenture and 100x.VC. Paperplane Digital Clinic enables these practitioners to manage their practice efficiently, expand the practice pan-India without any additional capital expenditure and engage with their patients remotely and regularly using an automated platform.
Paperplane was founded by Devansh Swarup, Dhruv Upadhyay, Aryan Pandey, and Varun Goel batchmates from SRM Institute of Science and Technology.
Commenting on the fundraise Devansh Swarup, CEO of Paperplane said “The CoVID-19 pandemic made it difficult for doctors to consult and treat patients at scale in physical clinics. Paperplane was born out of a motivation to ease this load on medical practitioners of patient management so that they can focus more on diagnosis and treatment. The fresh round of funding will help us further improve the AI-based practice management platform and amplify its reach.”
“Paperplane’s vision of building a unified healthcare platform for India is centered around doctors. The platform is extremely easy to set up, automates, and simplifies clinic operations – from appointments to prescriptions to follow-ups, and thus enables doctors to seamlessly manage patient relationships and engagement. With no change in behavior needed on the patient’s behalf, such a platform is exactly what’s needed to deliver healthcare services at scale in India – this is evident from the significant adoption we are seeing in the smaller cities and towns already! We are excited to be a part of this journey and look forward
to scaling this with the founders,” Vatsal Bavishi of Cornerstone Venture Partners Fund further added.