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The startup plans to use the funds to expand and strengthen its IT infrastructure

Medyseva, an Indore-based telemedicine startup, has raised Rs 15 million in pre-series funding under AIC RNTU Bhopal’s Startup India Seed Fund Scheme. The company has also received funds from a group of angel investors such as Mohit Gulati, Mandar Joshi, Yamika Mehra, Ankita Vashistha, Aarti Gupta and Dr. Vivek Bindra, led by Horses Stable for building a strong network of its flagship initiative of Medyseva Kendra in rural areas. India.

The startup strives to strengthen existing healthcare offerings in Tier II and Tier III regions with sustainable regional reach.

He focuses on telemedicine in rural India and has set up Medyseva Kendras offering consultations and services such as pathology, radiology, hospitalization, ambulance and home care services. The startup plans to use the funds to expand and strengthen its IT infrastructure, adding more services to its portfolio to provide holistic patient care under one roof and integrating specialist physicians to ensure smooth service delivery for the rural sector.