Doctorly raises $5.6 million

Doctorly, the practice management platform for doctors, has raised $5.6 million in a round led by Speedinvest, with participation from Seedcamp, Target Global, Force Ventures, and UNIQA Ventures, the VC arm of UNIQA Group.

Founded in 2017, the German company is on a mission to replace the outdated practice management software being used by doctors in Germany and internationally. Aside from the practice management software, Doctorly also offers a patient health app that digitizes the relationship between patients and their doctors, as well as an integration platform, which enables third-party developers to integrate their tools and services directly into the Doctorly platform.

“The doctorly team has conducted years of extensive research, talking to thousands of doctors and nurses in hundreds of different medical practices in Germany and monitoring their daily work routines. They revealed that healthcare professionals spend an incredible 75% of their working day interacting with legacy software platforms in one way or another. These platforms rarely leverage any of the features of modern software design, such as cloud storage, automated and programmable workflows, streamlined interface design or integrated booking systems. This all adds up to hours and hours of healthcare workers’ valuable time being wasted.” – Alexandra Dombrowski, Target Global.