Brazilian healthtech raises US$6.7 million to enter digital health era

Nexodata is drawing attention in the Brazilian health market for being able to act as a health systems integrator, nowadays either dispersed or non-existent in hospitals and clinics.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Founded in 2017 and currently serving 1.5 million patients per year, healthtech startup Nexodata has raised R$35 (US$6.7) million in a new investment round announced today, with participation of companies such as Meli Fund, Mercado Libre, and Albert Einstein.

The company connects physicians and pharmacies in 3,000 Brazilian cities and expects revenues of R$400 million in the purchase of medicines with digital prescriptions in 2021.

Nexodata is drawing attention in the Brazilian health market for being able to act as a health systems integrator, nowadays either dispersed or non-existent . . .

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