HomeHealthHealthTech startup Eka Care raises $4.5 Mn in seed round

HealthTech startup Eka Care raises $4.5 Mn in seed round



India-based health tech startup Eka.Care has raised $4.5 million in series seed round funding.

Led by a group of marquee angel investors including Deep Kalra (Founder, MakeMyTrip),  Ashish Kashyap (Founder, INDMoney), Rajesh Magow (Co-Founder, MakeMyTrip), Kunal Shah (Founder, Cred),  Abhishek Begerhotta (Founder, 314e Corporation), Sujeet Kumar (Co-Founder, Udaan),  Gaurav Munjal (Co-founder, Unacademy), Shashank Kumar (Co-Founder, Razorpay),  Phanindra Sama (Founder, redBus), Prakash Sangam (CEO, redBus), Anshuman Bapna (Founder, Terra. do), Abhishek Goyal (CEO, Tracxn), Aakrit Vaish (CEO, Haptik), among others.

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The round also saw participation from early-stage Venture Capital firms as 3one4Capital, Eximius Ventures, and Speciale Invest.

Speaking on the fundraise, Vikalp Sahni, Founder & CEO, Eka.Care said, “Today most of our life revolves around digital solutions, be it entertainment, finance, travel, or social. These tools are available at the touch of our fingertips. Unfortunately, healthcare digitization in India is lagging.” 

“Our vision is to bring change in the way healthcare is delivered in the country by building tools for Healthcare Providers and patients. At Eka.Care, we believe that a medically aware deep-tech platform for health care engagement can lead to better health outcomes. I am grateful to our investors who have chosen to support us in this mission,” Vikalp added.

Founded in December 2020, Eka.Care is an AI-based symptom-checker that is a unique feature to enable patients to document symptoms and understand medical conditions. Assessments generated by the symptom checker aids healthcare providers in efficient & effective diagnosis.

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Commenting on the investment, Deepak Tuli, Co-founder & COO, Eka.Care said, “The way health care is being delivered in the country is going through a change. Both healthcare providers and patients need technology support to adapt to the change. We are building solutions to adapt to their changing needs.”

“Health records are the primary requirement for a better health economy. In India, we are not used to storing health records digitally which results in unnecessary repeat tests and patients end up paying the higher cost for their treatment. We are on a mission to introduce behavior change of recording health records in a digital vault of Eka.Care for the betterment of every patient,” Tuli added.

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder, CEO & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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