Sankalp Summit: Sevamob’s primary healthcare model for low income citizens

Sevamob runs mobile clinics that offer primary healthcare to low-income students and employees in semi urban areas for as low as Rs 50 and Rs 150 per month. Additionally, the company’s our Seva360 health exchange enables Internet savvy patients to find healthcare providers and access tele health services such as second opinions and video or in-clinic appointments. Healthcare providers get patient leads and referrals through this service.

HQ: Atlanta

Founded: 2011

Founder: Shelley Saxena

Funding: Raised $50,000 in a convertible note from Village Capital in 2012.

How it works: Once a month, basic primary care is delivered on-premise, which includes preventive care, prescriptions and medicines for common ailments. Advanced issues are handled via backoffice specialists. Select plans include hospitalization benefits and accident insurance.

Current status: The company currently serves more than 38 schools and businesses and has also replicated the model in Liberia through a licensee. More than 30 healthcare providers participate in Seva360.

Sevamob is a finalist at the Sankalp Awards 2014.

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