Both the patient and healthcare provider can set the symptoms and metrics that they want to track and feel are most important.
You can then chose and set details about each priority including the frequency, format, and symptom subsets.
A journal feed documents the highs and lows in a familiar way
We are used to communicating with photos, captions, and tags. Patients can star the most important posts for their care team to see. Symptoms are not always clear cut; chosen metrics are tracked, with the option to add comments and questions.
charts and graphs visually track a patients symptoms and metrics
filters and overlays allow patients and doctors to easily see how symptoms correspond to one another, recognize symptom triggers, and track the most effective treatments. We all think and learn differently; data is shown in multiple formats so that it resonates with both patient and provider.
Reports build a narrative, a roadmap for meaningful conversations.
All the key information and most pressing questions are brought to the forefront. Symptom trends and key metrics are easily accessible, allowing care teams to make the most of the limited time they have together.