Kry, a telehealth service software company that connects clinicians to patients, has raised $312M in a Series D that valued it at $2B. The round was co-led by CPP Investments and Fidelity Investments.
How’s the company performing?
- Sweden-based Kry, known as Livi in France and the UK, is a digital healthcare platform that connects patients to medical professionals through video consultations. It primarily focuses on the Sweden, Norway, France, Germany and the UK markets, though it offers video consultations across 30 regional markets.
- The company states that the use of its digital tools doubled year-over-year in 2020, with more than 3M doctor’s appointments booked in 2020.
- Kry reports that around 6,000 clinicians use its telehealth services and software.
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