Updated on 15 February 2017
Singapore-based mClinica has received $6.3 million in series A funding to expand its operations globally. It was led by Silicon Valley-based Unitus Impact and joined by London-headquartered Global Innovation Fund, MDI Ventures of Indonesia, and US-based Endeavor Catalyst. Existing investors 500 Startups, IMJ Investment Partners, and Kickstart Ventures also put in some cash.
mClinica builds digital networks of pharmacies, physicians and patients. The company collects data that no one else has in some of the world's fastest-growing markets. They provide actionable insights for public and private healthcare organizations.
The company build tools that help our clients connect with patients and improve health outcomes.
The company was founded by Farouk Meralli, a Harvard graduate with years of experience working for multinationals companies like Roche, Johnson & Johnson, and Pfizer.The company has presence in Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia.