Doxx is the first fully integrated digital platform in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), linking medical professionals and organizational healthcare providers such as pharmacies, scans, labs and insurance companies to support the patient’s medical journey, increase accuracy, and improve service quality while lowering healthcare costs.
The firm raised $1.5 million in a seed round and plans to expand to close the loop on patient requirements while remaining the favored app for doctors and patients.
Doxx is a patient-centric software that focuses on enabling patients to manage their health files, lead active lives, and find the right medical care needed through a channel of fully integrated service Providers. It is led by practicing doctors and other healthcare professionals.
“We established a holistic and inclusive platform, placing the patients’ needs at the core of our focus while offering incentives to all healthcare stakeholders and participants, informed by our dedication to close the gap between patients and the healthcare community and boost quality-of-care delivery.”
“Doxx is a single-source care software that is trusted by both patients and doctors. We assist patients take charge of their journey and medical needs by providing a single, easy-to-use system that will be their lasting companion that addresses their healthcare needs beyond booking features and medication fulfillment,” According to Sherif Broudy, Doxx’s Founder and CEO.
“We believe Doxx has created a truly outstanding technology that is far remarkable to any available point solution, focusing on the patient while providing value for all healthcare stakeholders and value stream participants.”
“Our move to capitalize Doxx to achieve a solid go-to-market rollout and economic progress was inspired by the team’s deep knowledge of the market and a mission to enhance the patient journey with assistance from a commercial venture.” Founder and General Partner of Openner, Ash Rofail, stated.
Patients’ information, current medications, and doctor’s appointments are all easily available at Doxx, which is why Doxx is endorsed by Egyptian doctors who believe that with the appropriate tools, Egypt can revolutionize its healthcare system,” stated Consultant of Neurology and Doxx Investor, Heba Saher Hashem.
Doxx has recruited 2600 doctors, and acquired 52 pharmacies, 18 Polyclinics, 26 medical labs, and 10 scan facilities in the last four months, thanks to its fundamental message of patient empowerment.
Based in Cairo, is looking to expand its value-added offerings, which currently include polyclinic visits, home nursing, home visits, and in-clinic visits, as well as several trademark initiatives aimed at older patients who require 24 hour teleconsultation, at-home doctors’ visits, home nursing, and chronic patient care.
Through its extensive network of pharmaceuticals, the app also attempts to provide affordable medication.
As health professionals and physicians, the platform aims to be able to follow patients’ medical histories and files; it is critical to be able to examine/diagnose and prescribe the appropriate therapy, and Doxx delivers game-changing capabilities that put the patients first.
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