Infermedica produces an artificial intelligence-based platform supporting patients, doctors and medical organizations. The solution helps medical professionals make the right decisions about further treatment for their patients.
It also improves the flow of patients and helps reduce the costs of medical services. Infermedica cooperates with over 90 healthcare companies in over 30 countries, including: Microsoft, Allianz, Sana Kliniken, and PZU. So far, the tool has been used in over 10 million medical exams.
Company is formed. 200,000 virtual diagnoses were made in the first year of operation.
Earned first place in the startup competition at the HIMSS Europe & Health 2.0 Conference 2018 in Barcelona.
Raised USD 3.65 million in the Late Seed Round. Apart from Karma Ventures and Inovo Venture Partners, the round also saw investors such as American company, DreamIT Ventures, and German media group, Müller Medien.
Raised USD 10.25 million during Series A. This round had investors such as the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Germany’s Heal Capital. Previous investors have included: Karma Ventures, Inovo Venture Partners, and DreamIT Ventures.
Raised USD 30 million during Series B. One Peak Partners, a company that specializes in tech companies, invests in Infermedica.
We get excited about achieving success so easily, yet this is often the result of chance.
The history of Infermedica told by Piotr
Infermedica helps insurance, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies increase efficiency, improve patient flow and reduce costs. The company develops mobile, Internet and chatbot apps that work in 17 languages. Infermedica’s customer map includes 30 countries from all over the world.
How did it all start and was it easy? Read the story of Infermedica.
"In 2012, I came across the game “20 Questions” (Akinator). I played it with Ania, a friend who is a doctor. We thought this was a pretty cool concept and asked ourselves, "What if we adapted this concept to something that could also help and benefit people?" - so we turned the characters into diseases. Ania started building a medical database, I programmed everything, and that's how we created a working prototype of Infermedica"