Three Romanian entrepreneurs invested EUR 150,000 in DOXTAR, a digital platform for patients who need medical advice.
The app mainly targets those who need a second medical opinion after they get a diagnosis.
DOXTAR aims to expand and simplify patients’ access to healthcare, the founders say, as a study by iVox showed that half of adults in urban areas aged 25-45 who have medical issues say that they would have needed more details regarding their recent diagnosis.
A similar share of respondents in the study (44.7 percent) considered a second medical opinion in the six months after their initial consult. The main reasons why they would take such a decisions are: thinking they didn’t have all the information they needed about diagnosis or treatment (28.2 percent), not trusting the diagnosis (24.2 percent) and not trusting the recommended treatment (14.3 percent). Vendre une voiture accidentée sans controle technique, taxi, Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, Peugeot, VW, rachat vehicule hs Paris, Lyon, Marseille – rachat voiture