Healthwire, a Pakistani health-tech startup raises $3.3 Million in Funding

Healthwire, a health-tech firm, has raised $3.3 million in funding. Healthwire is a health IT startup in Pakistan that provides horizontally integrated healthcare services, as the name suggests.

Healthwire tag line is “Connect with the Best Doctors across Pakistan”

Funding in Pakistani startups exceeds $228 million in 2021

Many local and international investors were drawn to the company’s concept.
Habib Bank Limited, Dilsons Private Limited, and Silicon Valley angel investors were among the nearly 47 companies that took part in the investment round. The year 2021 has been a fruitful one in terms of finance, with Pakistani businesses receiving record amounts this year.

Lahore-based Tazah, raised$6.5 million pre-seed funding

The company was founded by Hamza Iqbal with the primary purpose of providing health care services in inaccessible areas of Pakistan at inexpensive pricing.

Without a doubt, this year marked a watershed moment for Pakistani companies, with total earnings exceeding $300 million, six times greater than funding in 2020.

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Healthwire will use this funding to expand its services in Pakistan, making it one of the most popular apps in the country.

Without a question, the digital health ecosystem will determine the future of health technology, with more consumers turning to online consultations rather than visiting hospitals.
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Aside from that, many places lack health care services, forcing residents to go to cities, which is not only time consuming but also costly.
Apps like these can let them seek advice from the comfort of their own homes.

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