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  • 2024-02-01

CARPL.ai raises $6M from Stellaris Venture Partners

We are excited to announce the seed funding round of $6M led by Stellaris Venture Partners, a leading enterprise software investor, with participation from leading strategic angel investors. Our heartfelt gratitude to all those who’ve been part of this incredible journey! We look forward to expanding the team in North America and continuing to build our tech stack.

CARPL.ai is used by the world’s top healthcare organizations like the Singapore Government, Massachusetts General Hospital, Radiology Partners, University Hospitals, I-MED Radiology, Albert Einstein Hospital, and Clinton Health Access Initiative, to name a few.

We are also creating an impact in the public health space by working with the Government of India to enable large-scale Tuberculosis Screening Programmes in the most remote regions of the country.

“Over the past two years, we have onboarded more than 50 AI developers having 100+ AI applications, which made us the largest AI marketplace in terms of number of AI applications offered to customers. We are proud that some of the largest healthcare enterprises in the world have vetted our technology and trust us to be their partner in their AI and automation journeys,” said Dr. Vidur Mahajan, Chief Executive Officer of CARPL.ai.

A recent joint statement by the world’s top radiology associations also brings to light the importance of validation, deployment and monitoring of AI while being used in clinical practice. We address this need through our proprietary DEV-D framework allowing healthcare providers to first Discover (D), Explore (E) and Validate (V) AI applications from the CARPL.ai marketplace, and subsequently Deploy (D) the most appropriate application across their clinical workflows.

Alok Goyal, a partner at Stellaris Venture Partners, says new technology in radiology is badly needed. “The volume of imaging scans shows a steady 9% year-on-year growth, outpacing the 1.8% growth in the number of radiologists; bridging this demand gap is a crucial challenge for healthcare providers, and we believe AI will be the key,” he says. “CARPL’s integrated platform, designed for testing, deploying, and monitoring radiology AI applications, is poised to empower healthcare providers by seamlessly integrating AI into their clinical workflows.”

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