Health-tech Startup, Qmed Asia Raises RM5.1 Million Through ECF Campaign On Leet Capital

Malaysian health-tech startup Qmed Asia has successfully raised RM5,101,298 through an Equity Crowdfunding (ECF) campaign on Leet Capital.

Attracting support from 110 investors, including Angel Investors, the Malaysia Co-Investment Fund (MyCIF) and 1337 Ventures. Qmed was the winner of the 1337 Ventures ECF Accelerator.

Established in 2018, Qmed Asia (formerly QueueMed) is founded by a group of Doctors and Engineers to assist both public and private healthcare providers with their digital health transformation. The idea was to address the problem of long queues in hospitals born out of co-founder Dr. Kev Lim’s unpleasant hospital visit. Along with Dr. Tai Tzyy Jiun and Nic Tai, the company now serves over 4,000 healthcare providers in both the public and private sectors, with over 3 millions active patients to date.

Qmed Asia’s journey began as an appointment booking and mobile live queue system provider for the healthcare industry, and during the pandemic, they became the official partner for the operations of 42 COVID-19 vaccination centers, signing key partnerships with Nestlé Malaysia and SP Setia Group.

“Our mission has always been to redefine healthcare by equipping healthcare providers with innovative digital solutions that empower them to deliver exceptional, efficient, and personalized care to their patients. With this funding, we are well-positioned for regional expansion into markets such as Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, while also driving the development of our deep-tech solutions in medical AI. We are thrilled to continue our journey, fostering a positive impact on the healthcare industry through our groundbreaking products and services.” said Dr. Kev Lim, Co-founder of Qmed Asia.

Qmed Asia recently unveiled two innovative products: Qmed GO, a telehealth kiosk for workplaces, offering teleconsultations and remote patient monitoring run by local GPs, aimed to reduce employee medical coverage costs; The second product, Qmed Copilot, is an AI-powered clinical assistant that empowers healthcare professionals to make faster and more accurate diagnosis. By leveraging technology, Copilot allows doctors and clinicians to identify patterns and trends in patient data, effectively reducing diagnostic errors and ultimately improving patient outcomes.

“We’re thrilled to see Qmed Asia successfully fundraise. It’s exciting to see innovative startups like Qmed Asia use alternative financing methods to raise capital and grow their businesses. Equity crowdfunding provides an avenue for startups to access a wider pool of investors, gain exposure, and build a community of supporters. We’re proud to support Qmed Asia and other promising Malaysian businesses on our platform, and we look forward to seeing their continued growth and success.” said Bikesh Lakhmichand, CEO at Leet Capital.

Related articles

Ficus Capital Invests RM2 Million in Malaysian Tech Startup Simplify

In a significant boost to Malaysia's rapidly expanding 5G...

JULO Pulls In US$120M ARR, Grows Portfolio 50%, Reports Profitability

JULO, a digital financial services platform dedicated to financial...

Malaysia Welcomes JA Asia Pacific Company Of The Year Competition For A Second Time

Excitement is building as the Junior Achievement (JA) Asia...

Unravelling The Trends Of Emerging Technologies

By Business Intelligence & Insights Team, Cradle Data are taken...

Meet Percy Hung, CEO & Co-Founder Of Choco Up

Percy Hung is an entrepreneur and investor based in...


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here