The fundraising was carried out with Kurma Partners (950,000 euros), Newfund (650,000 euros) and “business angels” with the support of Bpifrance. It will allow “the recruitment of salespeople and engineers”, explains Omnidoc.
The company intends to “adapt its tool for all health professionals, medical specialties and regional organizations (territorial professional health community -CPTS- or specialized care teams)”.
As part of its expansion project, Omnidoc announced in a press release on May 20 its integration into the Lifen platform, specializing in the exchange of medical documents, to meet “the growing demand from hospitals”.
The Omnidoc tele-expertise service has already been deployed in 12 regional hospital groups (GHT) and brings together 4,000 doctors, in particular at the Rennes and Réunion CHUs and at the Vienne (Isère) CHUs. It represents “40% of tele-expertise listed on the national territory”, according to the company.