Medloop from Berlin positions itself as a patient management tool. Kamet Ventures, an investor and company builder financed by AXA, and the AXA insurance group itself, recently invested 6 million euros in Medloop.
One of the many start-ups that should definitely be kept in mind is the young company Medloop. The young e-health company, which was founded in 2018 by Shishir Singhee, positions itself as a patient management tool “that offers doctors a browser-based dashboard for managing their patient base and a native mobile application for patient access to screening information”.
“Today’s healthcare system has become increasingly impersonal as the ever-increasing number of treatments presents physicians with the challenge of treating patients in a customized way. Medloop aims to bridge this gap by using digital technologies to enable patients and physicians to provide proactive and holistic treatment,” says founder Singhee about the concept behind Medloop. Specifically, the start-up offers a “data-driven, intelligent cloud-based solution” that provides general practitioners and patients with all information in one place.
Doctors can decide whether they want to limit themselves to the patient app offered or switch their entire practice to Medloop. “The first practices are already using the new system successfully. In Great Britain, the structure is completely different. There, Medloop is compatible with EMIS, the largest of the four major local clinical systems. This means that over 33 million patients can simply download Medloop from the App Store and connect to their medical practice,” says the young company’s self-description.
Kamet Ventures, an investor and company builder financed by AXA, and the insurance company AXA itself, recently invested 6 million euros in Medloop. “It is no secret how overburdened doctors are in terms of the time and care they can offer each patient. Medloop’s offering is a novel solution to this challenge and we are delighted to be part of Medloop’s growth story as Medloop’s offering is vital to the UK market and beyond,” said Stephane Guinet of Kamet Ventures on the investment.
The digital health record is still a major issue in Germany, and many doctors and patients are reluctant to digitise their data. In this context, the start-up Vivy should still be known! The young company brings itself into play as an “electronic health record with personal assistant”.