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Rural Community Challenges

There are several factors that make healthcare provision in rural and remote communities challenging. Some of the main factors are:

Access to care: Rural and remote communities often have limited access to healthcare providers, which can lead to longer wait times for appointments and travel delays for patients who need to see a specialist.

Cost: The cost of healthcare can be a barrier for patients in rural and remote communities, who may have to travel long distances to see a doctor or pay for expensive medications.

Quality of care: Rural and remote communities may have lower quality healthcare than urban areas, due to factors such as a shortage of healthcare providers, a lack of specialised care, and outdated equipment.

Disparities: Rural and remote communities often have higher rates of non-communicable diseases (such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and stroke) than urban areas. Reasons for such disparities are multifactorial in nature and can be linked to poverty, poor nutrition and physical inactivity.

Access Anywhere

Reaching rural and remote communities is a challenge that providers are all too familiar with. Advances in mobile technology, network coverage and digital health technologies pose new and exciting solutions to reduce and even eliminate those challenges.

As a clinician with SeeYoo Medic, your visit schedule is automatically uploaded to your device, giving you the ability to view all the patient profiles and medical history

Upon arrival in the allocated community, you can easily assess and triage patients knowing that all the data you capture is stored directly into their electronic record

If you have a new patient to see, adding them to SeeYoo is a quick and simple process. In a few short steps, you can create a new patient profile. Simply go to Add Patient and enter some basic details.

Addressing these challenges

Expand access to healthcare:
There is an overwhelming need for better healthcare professional to population ratios, better transportation links and increased uptake of telehealth to provide remote access to healthcare.

Reduce the cost of healthcare:
Means-tested financial assistance towards medical bills, negotiation to lower medication prices and expansion of insurance are some ways to reduce the burden of healthcare costs.

Improve the quality of care:
Focus on recruitment and retention of skilled healthcare providers, investment in new equipment, and provision of care that is tailored to the community being served are all key to ensuring high quality of healthcare provision.

Address disparities:
This can be done through health promotion strategies that put emphasis on investment in community health programs, provision of access to healthy and affordable foods and promotion of physical activity.


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SeeYoo is a valuable tool for improving healthcare in rural and remote communities.

The app is easy to use and provides a high level of care. It is helping to bridge the gap between rural and urban healthcare, and it is making a real difference in the lives of patients.


Increased access to care:

By bringing healthcare directly into the heart of communities, SeeYoo can help to increase access to care for patients in rural areas, who may otherwise have to travel long distances to see a doctor.

Improved quality of care:

SeeYoo equips clinicians with a useful tool that facilitates quick initial assessments and provision of timely treatment.

Reduced costs:

SeeYoo can help to reduce the cost of healthcare by reducing the need for travel and by providing a more efficient way to deliver care.


The combination of aforementioned benefits serve to decrease disparities in healthcare on a global scale.

Increased Autonomy
Encouraging transparency and empowering individuals to take ownership of their health information

No More Paper
A more secure and sustainable way to record patient data. No more lost files

Better Informed
Increased focus on providing quality care due to access to reliable patient and community trend data


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Get in touch

To find out more and how we can help resolve your challenges.

Dr Opusdei Aghanenu

Deputy Chief Medical Officer

An accomplished medical doctor and global health advocate. Opus’ dedication to improving healthcare systems in underserved areas has led to notable contributions to communities worldwide. Beyond her work in traditional medicine, Opus has studied artificial intelligence and its applications in healthcare.  Commendations such as Powerful Media’s Top 150 Future Leaders serve as a testament to her unwavering commitment to driving positive change, outstanding contributions, and exceptional leadership abilities.

Dr Nathan Robinson

Chief Medical Officer
Nathan is an NHS junior doctor, health-tech consultant and decolonising medicine researcher with a proven record of excellence having been awarded a fully funded National Scholarship by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. In 2021, he placed 2nd in Powerful Media’s annual Top 150 Future Leaders publication after being nominated for his work in co-designing a hospital preparedness toolkit and improving COVID-19 UCLH trust policy.

Roy Williams

Chief Technical Officer

Having trained and spent over 30 years in the television and film industry creating 3d animation and visual effects, Roy turned his skills in 3d animation to developing Augmented Reality apps, then later in designing a next generation digital screen technology utilising AR, AI Deep Learning and visual computing. A radical thinker with unlimited imagination Roy’s work challenges convention and what is thought to be possible and achievable.

Ed Clinkett

Chief Product Officer

Financial Times Top 100 most influential Leaders in UK Tech. Ed has over 20 years’ experience in designing and delivering innovative award winning Digital Products and Services for the world’s leading corporations in Retail, FMCG, TV Media, Legal, Hospital Management Solutions, Health in Emerging Markets, Residential & Care at Home Services, Financial Services, Publishing and Higher Education.

Cedi Frederick

Chief Executive Officer

Over 40+ year career in the public, Not-for-Profit and private sectors includes 25 years at CEO level in the housing association and social care sectors leading organisations employing up to 2,500 staff, caring for and supporting over 3000 people a year. Currently Chair of an NHS Hospital Trust with over 30 years’ Non-Executive Director experience. Named on four separate occasions as one of Britain’s 100 Most Influential Black People and recognised as one of the ‘1,000 Black Asian Heroes 1950-2010’.

What Health Professionals Say About SeeYoo

The platform is like no other; offering streamlined triage of non-critical care in real-time and robust digital medical records that can be accessed by both patients and healthcare professionals. 

SeeYoo empowers individuals with autonomy and transparency over their healthcare records, whilst allowing quick, secure, and seamless access to healthcare professionals. 

Information regarding health trends from SeeYoo can assist developing nations augment their health prevention, promotion, and protection strategies, and thus, improve health on a population level.

Medical Doctor, UK

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated just how fragile healthcare systems can be without the right technological tools to help healthcare staff assess, diagnose and ultimately connect with their patients.

SeeYoo offers a robust diagnostic triage platform for non-critical care that can support clinicians in managing patients even in the most rural and geographically challenging areas.

Alongside its clinical decision support capabilities SeeYoo also offers a seamless interface to analyse live population health trends to help inform wider healthcare strategies and policies and improve patient outcomes at scale.

ED Doctor, Colchester UK