SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Medical industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 6 VC funded SaaS startups in the Medical industry.
Through the creation of VR-based therapeutic tools and games, CUREosity hopes to transform conventional rehabilitation for those with neurological and mental impairments. To enhance the cognitive, sensory, and motor rehabilitation, CUREosity offers the CE-certified medical device CUREO, a treatment system. Patients are motivated to engage in high-frequency training and, as a result, experience rapid therapeutic results by being immersed in new worlds with various situations and gaming aspects. With CUREO, several patients can get therapy from only one therapist, allowing for the most effective use of clinic resources. On November 26, 2018, in Düsseldorf, Thomas Saur, Stefan Arand, and Marco Faulhammer established CUREosity.
A B2B software as a service (SaaS) firm focusing in remote help is called Help Lightning. It offers next-generation video collaboration services that let professionals from a firm remotely collaborate with anybody in need of assistance, anywhere in the world. With the help of the company's cloud-based solution, challenging issues may be resolved while real-time communications are improved. These capabilities include the combining of two video feeds and the usage of 3D annotation. Installation, examination, instruction, service, and repair of sophisticated items and equipment are all done with Help Lightning. Customers get instant performance benefits thanks to Help Lightning, such as higher first-time repair rates, fewer truck rolls, more staff capacity, and higher end-user satisfaction while increasing service revenue and profit.
Magic Moment is a software provider that enables organizations to collaborate and empowers every business to make the best choices. It is situated in Tokyo, Japan, and was established in 2017.
Foro CRM is a SaaS CRM product run by MedUp that offers hospitals assistance with sales and marketing, data analysis and visualization, and more.
Peerlogic is the first conversational intelligence platform built for dental offices. The analytics platform provides detailed conversational insights between the practice and the patient. Conversational analytics, also known as call analytics, is the process of analyzing data points captured from human speech. It helps to identify trends, predict revenue outcomes, and provide best practices. The result is actionable intelligence that improves the dental practice’s bottom line. Conversational analytics can be used to adjust business strategy. Data provides the "why" behind what's working, what's not. By understanding the "why" practice owners are empowered with data-driven information that can be used to adjust business goals, objectives and tactics.
Rivia Health brings easeful efficiency to healthcare patient payments. We work with healthcare provider organizations to complement their revenue cycle operations and get them paid more while doing less. Rivia Health alleviates staff overwhelm by reducing manual tasks related to outstanding patient responsibility. Our communication and payment platform integrates with the practice management or RCM system to automate billing workflows like appointment and billing reminders, copay or pre-service payments, and payment plan setup. In addition to saving staff time, Rivia Health also improves financial results by communicating more dynamically to patients about balances across text and email and by making it easier for patients to pay across multiple payment methods with a 3-step, no login required process.