MedTech AI Startup deepc Closes €12M Series A Financing

‍Munich-based medtech AI startup deepc has closed €12 million Series A financing led by Sofinnova Partners, with participation from Bertelsmann Investments and existing investor Winning Mindset Ventures.

The funds will be used to propel the commercialization of the deepcOS® AI operating system and further develop streamlined services to improve the user experience for radiologists.

deepc’s core technology, deepcOS®, is a cloud-native, vendor-neutral platform that integrates seamlessly with existing radiology workflows. It provides approved third-party AI vendors with an efficient way to commercialize their solutions while offering hospitals and clinics a secure, “one-stop shop” for their AI-assisted radiology needs.

The proceeds will expand deepc’s geographic coverage and develop additional features within deepcOS®. Radiology teams will benefit as new AI-assisted options are seamlessly integrated into their workflows. At the same time, AI software vendors will get low-friction access to a large number of potential customers.

deepcOS – the Radiology AI Platform

At deepc, we believe that AI has the power to revolutionize the way we approach healthcare. Our AI platform, deepcOS, is a game changer for radiology, allowing for faster, more accurate diagnoses and ultimately improving patient outcomes. We are thrilled to welcome Sofinnova Partners and Bertelsmann Investments on board. Their extensive networks in the healthcare ecosystem will propel deepc forward.

Dr. Franz Pfister, co-founder and CEO of deepc

“Our investment in deepc underscores our conviction that Digital Medicine holds enormous promise and that enabling technologies will be at the forefront of the digital revolution in healthcare, precisely the focus of our Digital Medicine investment strategy,” said Simon Turner, Partner at Sofinnova Partners. “deepcOS enables wide adoption of AI into a major part of the patient journey. The team has demonstrated the benefit that they can provide to healthcare professionals and patients.”

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