Virtual Ward startup Doccla Raises $3.3 Million in Seed Round  

by Kay Aloha Villamor in September 27th, 2021

Doccla, a London, UK-based health tech startup with a platform that provides patients with at-home monitoring to free up hospital beds, raised $3.3 Million in Seed funding.

The round was led by Giant Ventures and Speedinvest.

The fund raised will be used to invest in its technology, and integrate further with the medical wearables and journal record systems. It also plans to expand into European healthcare markets.

Company: Doccla LTD

Raised: $3.3M

Round: Seed Round

Funding Month: September 2021

Lead Investors: Giant Ventures and Speedinvest

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Software Category: Virtual Wards

About the Company: Doccla is a health tech startup with a platform that can monitor patients on hospital wards and in the home, Founded by health entrepreneur Martin Ratz and tech entrepreneur Dag Larrson. The company allows hospitals to predict when beds will be freed up by monitoring patients remotely via wearable medical devices, thus helping to alleviate bottlenecks in the system. Doccla’s development was propelled by the pandemic. It turned out that overwhelmed hospitals needed technologies like this to create “virtual wards” to monitor patients’ journeys both in the hospital and when they got home. Doccla provides a vital solution for a strained healthcare system, delivering a product that improves the patient experience and tackles cost.”


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