LatamList – Alice, the Brazilian healthtech, raised a $33M funding round led by ThornTree Capital Partners. The round also included investment from Kaszek Ventures, Canary, Maya Capital, and Endeavour Catalyst.
Alice is a B2C healthcare platform that combines digital primary healthcare services with health insurance. The platform provides online face-to-face consultations, telemedicine, affordable health insurance, and primary care, all seamlessly integrated into one platform.
The startup previously raised a $16M funding round in August 2020, only two months after launch, following the authorization of telemedicine in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The platform has now amassed a base of some 1,100 customers across Brazil.
Alice aims to provide “coordinated care” through its multifaceted platform that allows patients to upload previous medical history and data and integrate it with their personalised health plan. Hospitals, doctors, and healthcare staff can also integrate within the platform to provide the best care for their patients, via telemedicine and the other features of the Alice app.
The funding will be used to grow the executive team, launch new products, and continue to grow the startup’s network of partners in the region.
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