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Polish Startup eGabinet Raises Funding to Transform Medical Practices

February 8, 2024

A promising Polish startup eGabinet in the healthcare sector, recently announced the successful closure of a €548k financing round led by enthusiastic business angels. The financial infusion marks a turning point for the company, which aims to enhance the functionality of its platform and meet the various needs of patients, physicians, and clinic owners throughout Poland.

The traction eGabinet has gained within the medical community is remarkable, with its customer base doubling over the past twelve months. This surge in interest underscores the growing demand for innovative solutions in healthcare delivery within the Polish market. “eGabinet operates in the rapidly evolving market of medical facility management software. According to a report by Data Bridge Market Research, it was already valued at $6.8 billion in 2021 with a projected value in 2029 reaching $13.85 billion” – added Netrix Ventures’s Investment Manager Adam Jerusalimcew.

Poland, a country known for its rapidly developing technology sector, has seen a notable shift in healthcare practices. The traditional hassles associated with medical visits, such as lengthy registration processes and cumbersome document handling, are gradually giving way to streamlined experiences enabled by technological advancements. Patients now benefit from online appointment scheduling, electronic prescriptions, and digital referrals, marking a significant evolution in healthcare accessibility.

The search for efficiency and effectiveness is not limited to patients; physicians and medical facility operators are also involved. eGabinet was developed as an alternative to conventional registration techniques once the need became apparent. Clinics and medical facilities can better handle patient care and appointments with the platform’s developing capabilities and flexibility, which is in line with Poland’s push for technology innovation in healthcare delivery.

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