Klinik Pintar, a Jakarta-based health tech business, earned $5 million in a Series A1 fundraising round led by Altara Ventures. Infocom, Golden Gate Ventures, Skystar Capital, and Venturra all contributed to the fundraising. The firm intends to use the fresh capital to expand its network and product offerings.
Klinik Pintar, founded by serial entrepreneur Harya Bimo in 2018, uses technology to integrate clinics and build a full health ecosystem. The health tech business provides a variety of healthcare services to people of all ages, including medical consultations, nursing, drugs, laboratory testing, and immunizations.
Klinik Pintar, previously known as Medigo, provides clinics under both full ownership and partnership arrangements. Klinik Pintar also provides software solutions to help third-party clinics become more digital.
Klinik Pintar's software platform, Aplikasi Klinik Pintar (AKP), interfaces with significant healthcare bodies in Indonesia, such as the Ministry of Health (SatuSehat), the National Health Insurance program (PCare BPJS), and commercial insurance networks.
The health tech business, which operates 22 tech-enabled clinics in Greater Jakarta, is expanding its reach by supplying clinic management software, certification, and training to over 1,500 third-party clinics in Indonesia by November 2023.
The healthtech business hopes to join the corporate care industry by starting on-site clinics with a large local automobile manufacturer and expanding in the future.