Healthcare startup DeepTak has raised $10 million in a Funding round from Tata Capital Healthcare Fund II (TCHF II), and other investors.
Pentathlon Ventures and GHV, also participated in this round, DeepTak also raised funding from NTT DATA, an IT firm from Japan.
“DeepTek’s AI-enabled radiology solutions transform radiology operations, enabling productivity growth by 3x to 5x. Today through our offerings, we touch over 5 lacks patients every year and are well poised to grow from here.” Said Dr Amit Kharat Co-founder, CEO of DeepTek.
Pune based DeepTak was founded by Dr. Amit Kharat and Ajit Patil in 2017. The Company said that DeepTek’s mission is to make quality radiology services more affordable and accessible by leveraging the power of AI.
“Our deal with DeepTek addresses the high growth Radiology AI industry with many unmet needs. DeepTech is one of the few radiology AI companies with a successful track record of offering cutting-edge medical imaging and commercial adoption. We are excited to partner with DeepTech and enable a wider impact going forward.” said, Visalakshi Chandramouli, Managing Partner, TATA Capital Healthcare Fund.
It is servicing over 200 hospitals and imaging centers across the India and DeepTek helping governments (India and APAC region) in their Tuberculosis, COVID 19, and other public health screening programs.