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Mexican health startup Sofía has raised $19 million from Index Ventures.
Sofía provides app-based telehealth services ranging from primary/preventative medical access, insurance subscriptions, and video consultations. 
“I do believe that we’re seeing the first iterations of remote care products and I’m convinced that tech-centric companies are best positioned to iterate and keep expanding what is possible in this new normal and into the post-Covid world,” Arturo Sánchez, founder and CEO of Sofía, told Business Insider. 
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Index Ventures has made its first major investment in Latin America by backing Mexico City-based Sofía’s $19 million Series A.Sofía is a Mexican healthtech company founded in 2018. The company provides app-based telehealth services ranging from primary and preventative medical access, insurance subscriptions, and video consultations. The company saw traction during the coronavirus pandemic and the trend towards better digital health options is here to stay, according to the company’s CEO Arturo Sánchez.”We’ve seen medical professionals quickly adopting telehealth services throughout the world as a result of the pandemic,” he told Business Insider. “I do believe that we’re seeing the first iterations of remote care products and I’m convinced that tech-centric companies are best positioned to iterate and …

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