Nigerian at-home lab testing startup HealthTracka has raised $1.5 million in funding to expand into Kenya and Ghana in the coming months.
Investors who took part in the funding round include Ingressive Capital, Hustle Fund, Alumni Angels, and Flying Doctors.
With the funding in place, Healthtracka is looking to bolster its technological infrastructure, with features such as a newly-launched API that empowers both telehealth services and traditional healthcare providers to offer at-home lab testing.
It also plans to expand into Kenya and Ghana in the coming months.
Founded in May 2021, Healthtracka started with a B2C focus, where users book their lab tests on the website, have their samples collected at home and get digital results, with the cost of tests also covering a doctor’s review of results.
Since then, its services have been extended to B2B2C, by offering API infrastructure for tele-health service providers, hospitals, and pharmacies, empowering them to provide at-home blood testing for their patients.