Myanmar's healthcare startup MyanCare raises $600k in funding.

Scheduling doctor appointments from the palm of our hands.


Alfred Lee13 Jul, 2020

Myanmar's healthcare startup MyanCare raises $600k in funding.

Healthcare is growing rapidly, especially in SouthEast Asia.

In Myanmar, health-tech startup, MyanCare, has recently raised $600k in funding from SPARX Group, Japanese investment firm Scala, and Japanese pharmacy chain AIN Holdings.

The startup allows users to schedule appointments with doctors from the comfort of their own home, all via their mobile app. 

The MyanCare app for doctors.

Since its inception, more than 200 doctors and 26 different medical specialties are connected via the MyanCare platform.

Moving forward, MyanCare aims to further expand their business across Myanmar to become a market leader in the telemedicine industry.

Alfred LeeAuthor

Journalist at BEAMSTART. I write about breaking business news in the region.

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