Medicinal services startup Qure.ai has brought $16 million up in a financing round drove by Sequoia India, it said on Thursday. MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia, the speculation arm of US-based life back up plan MassMutual, additionally took an interest in the round.
Established in 2016 by Prashant Warier and Pooja Rao, Qure.ai deciphers radiology checks in no time, diminishing time to treatment in the crucial points in time of care.
It likewise claims to be the main arrangement in the business to identify each basic mind variation from the norm on a head Computed Tomography including five sorts of intracranial hemorrhages, cranial breaks, infarcts, midline move, and mass impact (for tumor location).
Qure.ai was brooded in information investigation firm Fractal Analytics, which is presently esteemed at over $500 million.
Qure.ai is available in more than 20 nations with a database of more than 7,000,000 sweeps.
“Our items guarantee that life-sparing medications can be conveyed to patients, even in remote areas, in a small amount of the time required for customary output understanding,” said Warier, who is additionally the CEO of Qure.ai. “This financing round will permit us to additionally put into innovative work, and to extend the range of our answers, quickening our crucial conveying open and moderate medicinal services,” he included.
“Clinical imaging is one of the fields in human services where there is sufficient digitized information to transform the guarantee of computerized reasoning into a reality. The complexity of Qure.ai’s calculations and prescient examination devices, combined with their master group of information researchers and doctors positions them very well versus their worldwide rivals,” said Anjana Sasidharan, head, Sequoia.