Stage 5: Scaling
Sevamob provides AI enabled healthcare to organizations in India, South Africa and the US and via partners in Botswana and Lesotho. We run 163 full and part time units across different geos. 86 organization units pay to use our services and software.
India, South Africa and United States
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Countries Implemented In
Funds Raised to Date
Under-served urban and rural areas have a scarcity of physicians and health services.
We provide an AI enabled healthcare platform to organizations. It includes 3 components:
a) Asset-lite Popup clinics for onsite, in-person care
b) Tele-health infrastructure for remote care
c) AI based triage and point-of-care screening for blood, vision, skin, urine, sputum and diet
By integrating these components, we are able to offer comprehensive primary care at upto 50% lower cost. Care includes general health, vision, dental, nutrition, cardio-metabolic, infectious disease, ENT, cancer.
Employers, corporate CSR, NGOs, hospitals, health insurance, pharma and local govt. 80% of our end patients are low income. 70% are women and children.
Mission and Vision
Fundamentally transform primary healthcare
We typically have annual contracts with organizations.
On scheduled days, our popup clinics go onsite and provide in-person care via medical professionals. Team includes general physician, nurse and data collection person. Nurse uses 3rd party rapid kits and Sevamob AI for point-of-care screening. Physician provides consultation and treatment/prescriptions as needed. Data collection person documents the patient visit in our patient data management system that can work offline in low resource settings.
Between the popup clinic visits, patients have access to tele-health via phone/web/video.
Sevamob and organizations use web based dashboard to track impact and outcomes.
Sevamob is the only vendor to integrate proprietary AI with scalable last mile service delivery for upto 50% reduction in primary healthcare cost. Our artificial intelligence capability is rapid and point-of-care, low cost ($1 - $2 / patient for complete panel for a module), works in low resource settings, can be used by a health worker and does not require a specialist and can be extended to other medical conditions.
Our popup clinics have lower capex, more coverage area and require fewer medical staff than competing models. Further, they give us easy access to data to train AI models and technology in turn enables us to secure more contracts at lower cost. This builds a competitive moat.
Planned Goals and Milestones
We plan to grow our # of popup clinics by 4X and increase the number of 3rd party orgs paying for our technology by 5X. We are also taking our AI products through the regulatory approval process.
|New Implemented Countries||Guatemala, Botswana, Lesotho, Nicaragua|
|New Feature||Artificial intelligence based triage and point-of-care screening for blood, vision, skin, urine, sputum and diet|
The Team Behind the Innovation
CEO Shelley Saxena has managed WW products for IBM and co-founded profitable mobile tech startup. He has an MBA from Cornell and B.E from IIT. VP of Sales, Anthony Ponmany, has managed sales in pharma for 20+ years. CTO Vivek Mishra has 14+ years experience as team lead for web, mobile, database and AI. CMO Asia/Africa, Dr Ankit Agrawal, has 7+ yrs experience as a physician. CMO America, Dr Darina Stankeyeva, is Board certified in Internal Medicine, trained at Emory and practices in Atlanta.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN