A healthcare analytics start-up named THB or Technology | Healthcare | Big Data Analytics, which has its base in Gurugram has, in a round of raising its funding, raised $2.1 Million (INR 14 Crore) funding from HealthQuad and Blume Ventures. The company’s this round of funding also saw participation from its other existing investors like Arpan Sheth, Partner at Bain & Company, Fireside Ventures and Apoorva Patni, Director of Currae Healthtech Fund.

Along with this, some there business leaders and healthcare veterans from India and United States have also invested in this round of funding for THB.

Talking about this round of funfing for THB, co-founder Akash Khurana, in a statement has said, “We are excited about the journey ahead. We have partnered with some of the leading healthcare providers in the country to drive clinical intelligence, and have a strong set of investors and mentors supporting us in the path ahead. With Blume and HealthQuad onboard in the current round, and a series of industry experts as mentors, there is a lot of work to be done.”

THB is a Gurugram based clinical intelligence company. THB was founded in September 2015, and is headquartered in Gurugram (Haryana) with sales offices in 8 cities across India. It works to empower health care ecosystem with clinical and business modules that will help improve patient outcomes. Through its network, THB is currently spread across 50+ Indian cities in more than 12 states.

The CEO and founder of StartupLanes, Shishir Gupta says, “The newly invested funds in THB will open a new scope of expansion for the company. It will enable them to develop their platform even further improve their services in the field of health care.”

Increased funding in start-ups related providing health care services will bring in benefit for the people of the country and will enable them access to better services.