Helium Health, an healthcare records management startup, raises $7million to boost its operations and reach.
The company, started in 2014, is poised to digitize Nigeria’s health sector by helping hospitals transition from the paper-based records system to a smart digital system. With its software, the startup has helped many healthcare organisations to manage patient records.
The investment was led by the Dubai-based Global Ventures and had participation from AAIC, China’s Tencent and Noor Sweid.
This investment demonstrates the funding gaps and opportunities in the Nigeria/Africa healthcare space and continue to be an additional reference for attracting further investments into the sector.