PocketHealth Closes $16M Series A Financing


The Series A funding is $16m USD ($20 Million CAD) raised by PocketHealth, a Toronto-based platform that shares patient-centric images via the internet.

Questa Capital led the round with Radical Ventures participating.

The company plans to use the funds for its human resources, new clinical partnerships in the U.S. and Canada, and to continue investing in product innovation.

PocketHealth, a patient-centric photo-sharing platform, was started by brothers Harsh Nayyar & Rishi Nayyar. Patients can access, share, and even take control of their medical images and records anytime, anywhere and with anyone. PocketHealth allows physicians to share images and records directly with hospitals. It also provides instant DICOM retrieval, automated importing, and instant DICOM retrieval. The result is a unified image management system for over 550 hospitals and imaging centers across North America.

PocketHealth is currently used by more 600,000 patients and 550 providers sites. By 2022, PocketHealth will have over one billion images stored.


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