ZocDoc

By Aditi Pai December 14, 2015
Doctena, a mobile appointment booking service based in Luxembourg, has raised $5 million (4.6 million euros) from undisclosed investors in a mix of equity and debt, according to TechCrunch. The company is positioning to be a ZocDoc for Europe. Doctena helps patients book appointments with doctors in their region. Currently the service is live in cities across Belgium, Luxembourg, and the...
By Jonah Comstock October 13, 2015
Stanislas Niox-Chateau, Ivan Schneider and Jessy Bernal, the founders of DoctoLib. French doctor booking startup DoctoLib has raised $20 million (18 million euros) to expand its platform out to the rest of Europe. Accel led the round with participation from existing investors, including Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet, cofounder and CEO of PriceMinister, and Bertrand Jelensperger, co-founder and CEO...
By Jonah Comstock August 21, 2015
Mobile and online appointment booking platform ZocDoc has raised $130 million in the company's first investment round in two years. Baillie Gifford and Atomico led the round, with additional participation from existing investor Founders Fund. “Since our inception, we’ve been working to lead the healthcare experience into the digital age, and this funding will help us continue to deliver on our...
By Aditi Pai May 19, 2015
Jawbone's UP2 device Some 20 percent of investors said they expect Jawbone to go public this year, according to a Rock Health survey of 43 investors. Jawbone has raised an estimated $725 million, the seed fund reported. Rock Health released the survey just a few weeks after activity tracker company Fitbit filed the initial paperwork that puts it on the path for an IPO. In the company's filing...
By Aditi Pai May 13, 2015
Warsaw, Poland-based DocPlanner, which offers a service that helps consumers find and book appointments with providers, has raised $10 million in a round led by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and angel investor Lukasz Gadowski. Other investors participating in the round include newcomer OLX Founder Fabrice Grinda as well as existing investors Point Nine Capital, Piton ...
By Aditi Pai June 30, 2014
Paris-based KelDoc, an doctor appointment booking app, raised $1.4 million (1 million euros) from existing investor Alven Capital and other angel investors, according to a report from TechCrunch. This brings the company's total funding to about $2 million. Keldoc plans to use these funds to expand across major cities in Europe. Currently, the service is only offered in France. With KelDoc's app,...
By Aditi Pai June 25, 2014
Doctor appointment booking platform ZocDoc is working on raising an additional $152 million, which market research firm VC Experts valued at $1.6 billion, according to a report from Fortune. ZocDoc has raised at least $95 million to date. Former ZocDoc investors include DST Global and Goldman Sachs. Fortune reported that DST Global may also be contributing to this larger round. Citing details...
By Aditi Pai June 5, 2014
Appointment booking platform ZocDoc launched a premium service that employers can offer their employees, called ZocDoc for Business. This is ZocDoc's first offering targeted at employers. ZocDoc's existing service, which is available on iOS and Android devices, is targeted at consumers. The app asks for a user's zip code and insurance provider and then lists doctors and their availability. Users...
By Jonah Comstock March 6, 2014
Web and mobile-based appointment booking service ZocDoc has announced plans to make its service available in all 48 contiguous states by the end of 2014. ZocDoc's free-to-patients service helps people find a provider or specialist in the first place, but it also helps them discreetly and efficiently make future appointments while avoiding the "Tetris game" of trying to coordinate their schedule...
By Aditi Pai February 27, 2014
Vitals, a website for reviewing and finding doctors, has partnered with DocASAP, maker of an online appointment scheduling platform for patients. Vitals will include DocASAP's appointment booking feature on its profiles of physicians who are DocASAP users. This is Vitals' fourth deal with an appointment booking company. The first was a partnership with EMR maker drchrono. In 2011, Vitals' parent...

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