Fosun Kinzon leads $15m Series B round in Chinese health app Easyhin

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Fosun Kinzon Capital, a venture capital firm backed by Fosun Group, has led RMB100 million ($15 million) Series B round for Easyhin, a Chinese mobile health management services platform for mothers and babies, AVCJ said in a report quoting local media.

Last year, it raised $1.6 million for seed funding in January and $10 million in Series A round in May from Softbank China, Morningside Ventures and Hawthorn Investment, which also participated in the latest round.

Easyhin was founded last year as a platform with more than 1,000 doctors who provide online consultation services to over 3.6 million users. The app claims that it has more than 10,000 cases a day.

The funding will be used to further develop online-to-offline services and open a new offline pediatric clinic. Presently, China is facing the issue of fewer pediatricians, while it has more than 16-million newborns every year.

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