Gurugram-based healthtech startup Meddo on Tuesday said it acquired Mumbai-based Doxper in a cash and stock deal.
Doxper, which works in the prescription digitisation space, allows clinicians to instantly digitise case sheets using a smartpen and encoded paper. The startup was founded in 2015 by Shailesh Prithani, Randeep Singh, and Pawan Jain.
Doxper has a client base of over 4000 doctors, including hospitals like Manipal Hospitals, Nanavati Max Hospital, BLK Max, KIMS Hospitals, Wockhardt, CK Birla, Cloudnine, etc.
With this acquisition, Meddo is cementing its place as one of the largest healthtech players in India in the outpatient care space, with more than 1.5 crore digitised prescriptions and over one crore patients, further adding another three to four lakh patients every month.