Medical support services platform Medidaili today said it has raised USD 100,000 from angel investors.
The company will use the funding towards product development, increasing brand presence and tying up with diagnostic centres pan India, it said in a statement.
"Our mission is to revolutionise the medical support service layout in India. With new medicines, care technology and curing techniques, the approach towards medical care and diagnostics has changed and needs to be more specific and precise," Medidaili Co-founder Akshay Hartalkar said.
The firm provides specialised medical support services including diagnostics, healthcare packages and emergency services.
The app which is currently available in Bangalore and Indore has tied up with diagnostic centres and is in the process of scaling up support resources to increase its footprint pan India by March 2017.
The company is looking to expand services in Hyderabad and Pune by the end of March.
It is currently available on Android and iOS.