Doctomatic builds a team in Latin America. The Spanish company, owned by Doctoralia co-founder Frederic Llordachs, has added Andre Santana to its team to lead the business in the Latin American market, as confirmed by Llordachs.
Santana works for the Spanish company from Mexico. Doctomatic’s new recruit has experience in the digital health sector, as for years he was sales director at Doctoralia in Brazil.
With a degree in Business Administration from Universidade Estadual do Tocantins and an MBA from Fundação Dom Cabral, both in Brazil, Santana comes from Clivi Health, a Mexican company specializing in the diabetes sector, where he worked as marketing and sales director.
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Doctomatic has raised more than €40,000 in financing
Prior to joining Clivi Health, Santana was director of operations at the Institute for Technological Development in Curitiba. He has also worked for the telecommunications sector in companies such as Claro and Brasil Telecom.
Santana will be responsible, among other tasks, for Doctomatic’s deployment in Latin America, which the company expects to be completed within the next year after having raised more than €400,000. The Doctomatic project was born a year ago with the aim of offering a digital platform for the remote management and control of chronic patients.
The company has raised €415,000 with the support of Carlos Blanco and Oriol Juncosa, both from the Encomenda Smart Capital fund, and Ship2B Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in start-ups with high social and environmental impact.
The company expects to reach ‘break even’ in 2023 and in five years to bill more than twenty million euros
Doctomatic uses artificial intelligence (AI) capable of reading data from images to know if a person may or may not suffer from a disease. The company’s clients include hospitals, doctors, and insurance companies. Doctomatic’s forecast is to reach break-even in 2023 and in a matter of five years to reach five million patients and a turnover of more than €20 million.
Doctomatic already has agreements with the Suara cooperative to monitor patients with diabetes, hypertension, obesity, or respiratory problems. It is also working with the Korian Spain group of homes for the elderly to monitor remote medicalization, as well as with the Hospital del Mar in Barcelona to monitor patients with heart failure.
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