Gurgaon-based health-tech startup Zyla Health secured $4 million in funding to improve its tailored services for individuals with chronic health conditions. The investment, led by Exfinity Venture Partners, signifies a significant step for the company.
The funds will primarily support Zyla Health’s growth across three key areas: insurance, corporate partnerships, and pharmaceutical collaborations. Additionally, the company aims to enhance its products by integrating them into various aspects of the healthcare system for better accessibility and effectiveness.
Previously, in a funding round last year, Zyla Health had raised $1 million with support from angel investors. Notable institutional investors such as Kae Capital, Secocha Ventures, Canara Bank Ventures, and Seeders have also backed the company.
Zyla Health specializes in a platform designed to cater to the specific needs of individuals dealing with chronic health issues. Their in-house care team collaborates with this platform, which seamlessly integrates with various parts of the healthcare system using APIs, connecting client data, diagnostic tools, and smart devices for streamlined care.
The company’s recent successes include partnerships with prominent names like Max Life Insurance, HDFC Ergo, Pfizer, Zydus, IBM, DHL, and Godrej, demonstrating its expanding reach and influence in the corporate wellness sector.
Established in 2017, Zyla Health initially focused on diabetes management and later expanded its services to encompass a broader spectrum of health concerns.
These include heart, liver, and kidney issues, as well as the management of blood pressure, cholesterol, women’s health problems like PCOS, thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, and various vitamin and mineral deficiencies.