Osana Salud has completed its latest Series A funding round led by General Catalyst. The firm raised US$20 million to help further its goal, which is to lead the transformation of healthcare infrastructure in Latin America.
Other backers who participated in this round include Lee Fixel’s Addition, AforeVC, FJ Labs, K50 Ventures, Preface Ventures, and Quiet Capital. The latest capital injection raises Osana’s total funding acquired so far to US$26.5 million.
Founded in 2019, the Argentina-headquartered firm operates a fully remote working system, since it launched just a few months before the coronavirus pandemic broke out.
From the time of launch till date, Osana has secured contracts with a number of health insurance firms and providers. These providers serve a total of 6 million patients in the region.
Some of Osana’s current partners include Sanatorio Güemes and PAMI, both of which control a network of 5 million patients.
According to CEO Andre Lawson, Osana’s mission is “to enable affordable and accessible healthcare for every person in Latin America by leveraging technology.”
Specifically, Osana Salud’s API-connected infrastructure will help the region’s healthcare industry offer patients “greater convenience, outcomes, and value.”
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