April 11, 2022
Seer has monitored 10,000 patients
The impact of 10,000 patients monitored with Seer.
Since 2017, Seer has helped more than 10,000 Australians get the answers they need about their health. Through our work, we’ve improved the lives of not just our patients, but their families and communities.
Seer is working towards a future where world-class healthcare is accessible, affordable, and delivered in the home.
Our service has amplified Australia’s total video-EEG service capacity by 78% (on average)¹
179+ years inpatient hospital bed years diverted, freeing up hospital beds for urgent care²
Saving the Australian health system more than $131 million³
Seer’s home video-EEG service amplifies national monitoring capacity by up to 149%¹
Patient waiting times have dropped from several months to a few weeks
Hospital — 6-18 months⁴
Seer — 1-6 weeks
Every month we save 87 years of wait time⁵
Increasing accessibility to diagnostic testing for metro and regional areas
Monitoring with Seer allows patients faster access to world-class epilepsy monitoring — no matter where they live.
30% of people accessed world-class testing in regional areas⁶
“To be able to access this service in our home was amazing.” — Vincent
“I had been waiting 16 years for an answer to my problems and if it wasn’t for Seer Medical, I’d be still waiting.” — Terrence
“To remain at home with my young family, rather than be hospitalised was a blessing.” — Carly
¹ Estimation that hospital capacity has on average 50 beds in use for 50 weeks of the year.
² Sum of all the days monitored by Seer divided by 365 days.
³ Difference between cost of patients being monitored in hospital and patients monitored with home-based studies, multiplied by the number of monitoring days with Seer. Hospital cost per day estimated to be $2,300 and Seer cost is per day $288.05.
⁴ 6-18 month wait time varies depending on the hospital bed capacity.
⁵ Estimation based on each Seer patient saving an average of 6 months waiting time if they were monitored in hospital.
⁶ Based on postcode data of Seer patients.
Information provided April 2022