Doctor directory and clinic management system Lybrate has secured $1.225 million investment, as per a SEC filing. The company notes in the filing that that it was looking to raise $1.325 million in this round. Lybrate was founded in 2013 by Saurabh Arora, Vispi Daver and Sandeep Singhal. The service is free for patients, who can identify doctors based on specialty and location. Search results provided to patients are sorted by the most recommended doctors. Each result displays the doctor’s specialty, address, experience, consultation fee, recommendations by verified users and a small clickable chart displaying the date and timings available for an appointment. Clicking on a particular time on the chart prompts the user to log in with Facebook, register a new user or log in as a member. On registration, a SMS verification is required to confirm the appointment. The doctor will then either accept, reject or propose a new time for the appointment.Doctors can use the platform to manage appointments, patient medical records, and also manage payments and billings. At present the service is available in more than 20 cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. Clinic Management System: While many websites offer doctor booking services, Lybrate’s USP is that it provides doctors with a clinic management system. The system features a calendar specifically designed for doctors, a treatment ‘diary’ to capture prescription, billing, payment and scheduling information, reminder for appointment creation, modification, cancellation, daily appointments summary and payment reminders and a dashboard with clinic performance data. The clinic management…
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