DocSpace, a Houston, TX-based digital health commerce platform for clinicians to start, manage, and grow tech-enabled private practices, raised $1.2m in seed funding.
The round was led by Slauson & Co., with participation from Precursor Ventures, Acrew Capital’s Scout Fund, SputnikATX Ventures, and angel investors Nathan and Sonia Baschez, Nikhil Krishnan, and Eliana Murillo.
The company intends to use the funds to build out DocSpace Pay, an integrated one-click checkout healthcare payments experience for patients and clinicians.
Co-founded by CEO Dr. Mario Amaro, a physician and U.S. Navy Veteran who served in both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, and CPO Miles Montes, a seasoned operator and expert in platform product management, previously at ADP and ShopLatinx, DocSpace offers a solution for more than 4.5 million therapists, dentists, physicians, and optometrists to automate their entire private practice formation process from end-to-end. Its HIPAA-compliant infrastructure provides everything a clinician needs to form a new business, from digital health storefronts with custom themes to back office management tools like scheduling, video conferencing, banking, payroll, and bookkeeping.