On Wednesday, officials with the Borderplex technology fund, SABA Investments announced that the firm has formalized a seed investment into VeMiDoc, a patient management-platform that empowers doctors, health systems, and payers to improve the medical outcomes of their patients and members.
VeMiDoc’s mobile health platform currently serves the El Paso region, and plans to build out their sales, marketing, customer support, and data analytics with the funds received.
“We partnered with SABA Investments because they are more than investors, they are mentors who are outstanding members of our community, and who care about improving El Paso,” said Aldo Maspóns M.D., CEO of VeMiDoc.
“Our goal is to expand VeMiDoc throughout El Paso and other medically underserved communities, in a culturally competent manner so that we can help scale their care and deliver great medical outcomes without having to increase the medical workforce.”
VeMiDoc has garnered the attention of various Texas angel investors and is expecting to close its $500,000 round by the end of the third quarter. The VeMiDoc team currently consists of 5 members. To date they have created 3 jobs and plans to create 5 more with SABA’s investment.
“We are excited to invest alongside the VeMiDoc Bilingual Platform, Aldo Maspóns M.D., and their professional team is helping thousands of patients have quality access to e-Health in the El Paso TX, Las Cruces, NM border region,” said Ricardo Mora, co-founder of SABA Investments.
VeMiDoc connected with SABA Investments through the Medical Center of the Americas Accelerator program.