The “101” App closes Series A worth tens of millions yuan
101 App, a health management platform for mothers and children, recently completed its Series A+ round of financing, raising tens of millions in RMB.
101 App, or Doctopia, a health management platform for mothers and children, recently completed its Series A+ round of financing, raising tens of millions in RMB.
This round of financing was led by Yunqi Partners, and followed by the former investors, Laogudong Chuangxin Workshop, Vision Capital and Eastern Bell Capital.
According to the founder & CEO Yin Xiaopeng, this round of financing will be mainly used to build the doctor’s consulting room for women and children on the “101” platform.
According to Feng Yao, executive director of Yunqi Partners, the leading investor, “101” App uses SAAS tools to enhance the efficiency of the hospital and doctor side, helping better maintain and manage the patients, while improving the quality of services received by mothers and children.
Besides, through data accumulation and analysis, the doctor’s repetitive labor is reduced, so that every customer can get the most personalized health service.
“101” App was established in April 2018, and now has more than 50,000 registered and certified medical staff for maternal and child care. They provide services through the WeChat public account, personal account, community, and APP matrix to more than 2 million families.