HealthMetrics, a Malaysia-based healthcare management platform, announced that it secured additional funding from existing investor RHL Ventures.
Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, RHL Ventures joined the startup’s US$1 million seed round in April 2018. Japan-based Spiral Ventures and Cradle Fund, a vehicle backed by the Malaysian government, also participated.
The fresh capital will bankroll HealthMetrics’ plan to expand its operations across strategic cities in Peninsula Malaysia, including Penang, Johor, and Melaka. “While we have plans to extend our footprint across the region, we still see a lot of space to grow in Malaysia,” says co-founder and CEO Alvin Yuan.
It’s also now working on expanding its product range by introducing an inpatient specialist module. Since its inception in 2015, HealthMetrics has rolled out several healthcare modules, including ones for general practitioners, dental, optical, and outpatient specialists.
Source from Tech in Asia