Plenful, a New York-based startup aiming to automate pharmacy and healthcare operations using AI, has raised $10 million in funding. The investment will be used to expand the company’s platform and no-code applications throughout the healthcare industry. Plenful’s goal is to streamline administrative tasks that currently require manual effort, allowing care teams to focus on high-priority tasks related to patient care. The global healthcare industry is currently facing worker shortages, and Plenful’s automation solutions could help address this issue by improving worker retention and recruiting.
Plenful’s platform automates routine administrative tasks in healthcare, such as data entry, patient intake, and compliance with drug procurement programs. By using AI and human oversight, Plenful can automate tasks that are currently performed manually, saving time for healthcare teams. The company’s platform sits on top of both unstructured and structured healthcare data, allowing it to tap into a wide range of information sources. Plenful has already attracted more than 20 customers across health systems, pharmacies, and other healthcare organizations.
While there are other players in the healthcare automation space, Plenful claims to have limited direct competition due to its specialized focus on pharmacy operations and its configurable no-code platform. The company’s platform can process both unstructured and structured healthcare data, making it highly adaptable for various use cases. With this new funding, Plenful plans to expand its team and market presence, enabling more healthcare organizations to automate administrative tasks and alleviate burnout among care teams.