Healthtech Startup Articles in Africa

life healthcare enters strategic investment deal with sa healthtech startup quro medical

Quro Medical , a digital health startup, has announced an investment by Life Healthcare to bolster its mission by leveraging technology for people in need of home-based care. Quro Medical describes itself as Africa's first tech-driven care-at-home solution. The company relies on technology to analyze real-time data while monitoring a patient's health. Persons in need of healthcare monitoring outside the hospital can be assisted remotely to get the help they need. Quro Med

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egypt healthtech startup estshara raises $500k seed funding

Cairo-based Estshara , a healthtech and teleconsultations startup has completed a $500K seed funding round led by Egypt Ventures (A multi-stage Egypt-focused investment vehicle). The new round sets Etshara on the map of promising healthcare startups in emerging markets. Estshara was founded in 2018 by Ahmed Mahmoud and Amin El-Hemaily. This online platform offers healthcare consultations and telepharmacy services with over 200,000 consultations to date. The healthtech l

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sa healthtech startup launches innovative digital platfrom looking to empower nurses across africa

". Patient Health (Pty) Ltd was founded in 2018 by Lehlogonolo Sylvester Msuthwana. The black-youth-owned startup was incubated at the Gauteng Innovation Hub. Afrinurse uses innovative technology to centralize resources and services that empower and support nurses, their careers, and wellbeing. According to the International Council of Nurses , Covid-19 is causing mass trauma among the global nurse force. It further points out how over 2,200 nurses have lost

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sa healthtech startup launches platform for african nurses

Johannesburg-based healthtech startup Patient Health (Pty) Ltd has launched Afrinurse, a new platform that supports and connects nurses across Africa. Sylvester Msuthwana, founder of Patient Health explains that the platform aims to uplift and empower nurses in Africa. With this platform, we take care of the overall wellness of nurses, mentally, physically, and financially, by giving them an easy and secure platform to access verified professionals online. We also empow

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cape town healthtech startup secures r5-million

Somerset West-based healthtech startup Link Health Technology (Link) has secured R5-million in investment funding from Cogitatio Technologies. Link Health Technology Founded in 2017 by biomedical engineering duo Daniel Rimbault and Abrie Coertze, Link is a healtech startup that has created a unique software that provides a 360 view of a patient's status and condition extending outside of biological indicates to include both psychological, and social health. In an

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joburg healthtech startup secures undisclosed seven-figure funding

Quro Medical , a South African health tech startup that has created Africa's first technology-driven hospital at home offering, has secured an undisclosed seven-figure USD amount of funding in a seed round led by Enza Capital and Mohau Equity Partners . According to the healthtech startup, the funding will be used to accelerate the growth of the businesses. Mike Mompi, Partner at Enza Capital attributes the investment made into the healthtech startup to its unique offer

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egypt healthtech startup raises seed round, to expand to gcc

Share TakeStep the Egypt-based healthtech just completed a seed funding round looking to expand operations across to the GCC. TakeStep was founded in 2018 and specializes in the treatment of addiction and general psychiatry. Thus far the startup has assisted over 15,000 patients with round-the-clock counseling services through its patient-centric mobile and web-based applications. Most cases are managed by certified and qualified doctors authorized to practice psychiatry by the Egypt

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ghana healthtech startup expands african footprint

Ghana healthtech company mPharma has partnered with Belayab Pharmaceuticals PLC to launch Haltons Pharmacies in Ethiopia, which will increase access to affordable and high-quality medication in the region. Robel Minassie, Managing Director Shareholder of Belayab Pharmaceuticals explains that the partnership is pivotal to assisting the Ethiopian public in accessing much-needed medical care and medication. "Ethiopias healthcare needs are growing in volume and complexity b

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egypt healthtech startup secures $160k non-equity grant

Egypt-based healthtech startup, Dileny Technologies LLC (DilenyTech) has secured a $160K non-equity grant from the Information Technology Academia Collaboration (ITAC) programme affiliated with the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA). The funding will be used to expand and develop its current AI-enabled platform that is focused on breast cancer detection. Dileny Technologies Founded in 2018, DilenyTech develops solutions for medical imaging

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kenyan healthtech startup secures $3.75-million

Ilara Health , a Kenya-based health tech startup has raised $3.75-million in a Series A funding round led by TLcom Capital with contribution from DOB Equity , Global Ventures , and Chandaria Capital . The funding will be used to expand the startup's diagnostic reach across Africa and the development of its innovative integrated patient health management platform. Emilian Popa, CEO, and co-founder of Ilara Health explains that the funding is critical to their expansion p

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