Jiyyo empowers existing healthcare facilities in rural and semi urban regions via telemedicine and connects them to city based qualified and specialist doctors.

Basic Information

Jiyyo was founded by Siddharth (MS in Computer Science from John Hopkins and IIT Roorkee), Jahid Ali (Computer Science from IIT Roorkee) & Meghna (MBBS & MD Pediatrics). The startup partners with local healthcare providers like clinic-owners, pharmacies to provide telemedicine services under franchisee models. In this model, franchisee partners are owners of the Jiyoo’s E-Clinics. Jiyyo provides hardware and software solutions as a package for effective communication. E-Clinic owners are present during the consultation which solves language barriers and trust issues. In the last one year of operation, Jiyyo has expanded its network to 250+ E-Clinics spanning 55 districts of UP, Bihar, Rajasthan, MP, Punjab, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, etc. Jiyyo has already onboarded 600+ doctors from 10 different cities and has served 20,000+ patients to date. In recent months, Jiyyo has been adding about two E-Clinics per day. See more

Legal Name


Jiyyo Innovations Private Limited



Chandigarh, Punjab, India

Business Model




Founding Date



No. of Employees


21 to 40

Core Team


Siddharth Angrish

Co-Founder & CEO


Jahid Ali

Co-Founder & CTO


Meghna Sharma

Vice President

Jun | Company Incorporation
Jiyyo began its operations in June 2017 when Siddharth landed in India after leaving his job at Apple, California. Siddharth, Meghna and Jahid Ali are founding members..
Jan | Product Launch
Jiyyo TeleHealth Platform was launched and first eClinic was setup in Konch in district Jalaun in Uttar Pradesh.
Oct | Started Generating Revenue
First client was a medical store in the town of Konch in district Jalaun in Uttar Pradesh.

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Target Market


We focus on existing healthcare facilities like clinics, medical stores and small hospitals in rural & semi-urban regions.

Client Segment


HealthTech / MedTech / Healthcare

Target Companies


Small Enterprise


Patients in rural and semi-urban India who has to travel to cities for any kind of medical care.

User Age


Less than 18, 18 to 25, 26 to 34, 35 to 45, 46 to 60, More than 60

User Income


Lower Income, Lower-middle Income