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DeepTek receives equity investment from Tata Capital Healthcare Fund II

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Prior to TCHF II, NTT DATA invested in DeepTek

DeepTek, health tech startup working in the medical imaging AI space, announced an equity investment from Tata Capital Healthcare Fund II (TCHF II), through a Series A round of funding. Prior to TCHF II, NTT DATA invested in DeepTek.

Company’s core focus is to transform radiology workflow through AI and make radiology more accurate, accessible and affordable. It has over 200+ hospitals and imaging centers as customers across India, Japan, Singapore, Philippines, and other APAC countries. This investment strengthens their position in the health tech segment of radiology AI global market.

With this round, DeepTek has raised a total of over $10M in funding. Pune-based Pentathlon Ventures and Singapore/Gurgaon-based GHV also participated in this round along with TCHF II.

Dr Amit Kharat, Co-Founder and CEO, DeepTek said, “DeepTek’s AI-enabled radiology solutions transform radiology operations, enabling productivity growth by 3x to 5x. Today through our offerings, we touch over 500,000 patients every year and are well poised to grow from here.”

Visalakshi Chandramouli, Managing Partner, TATA Capital Healthcare Fund added, “Our investment in DeepTek addresses the high growth radiology AI industry with several unmet needs. DeepTek is among the few radiology AI companies with cutting-edge medical imaging offerings and successful track record of commercial adoption. We are excited to partner with DeepTek and enable a larger impact going ahead.”

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