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What is WellApps?
Imagine your personal physician was with you 24 hours a day for a month to witness the symptoms of your chronic illness. He/she would be able to keep you feeling well.

WellApps creates this effect virtually, using mobile and online symptom tracking applications. Patients can log their symptoms using our simple apps (WellApps) and participating physicians can see their patients’ data in real-time.

Furthermore, de-identified data can be collected anonymously and shared with researchers to make progress in the treatment of chronic illnesses.

Current WellApps Products:

GI Monitor
Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis.

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Danielle, from We Are Crohn's - I just got it! This is AWESOME. I have been keeping my CDAI in an excel spreadsheet. No more excel for me!

Kello82 from crohnsforum.com - i love that gi monitor.
very cool, it would come in so handy when you are filling out the mandatory paperwork at the start of every dr appt...symptoms worse, better, pain scale, med changes, etc. I can never remember that stuff

Kyle, from We Are Crohn's - This app is a life saver. I have a crazy life and my can never find time to write down this stuff for my next gi appointment.

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You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I
find this matter to be really something that I think I would never understand.
It seems too complex and extremely broad for me.
I am looking forward for your next post, I'll try to get the hang of it!

Medication fix

I take the same medications twice a day but the dosage differs between morning and night. Can you change the program to allow for differing medications?


Thanks for your suggestion. We will take a look at this immediately and see if we can make a modification for a future release. In the meantime, I would suggest adding a custom medication as a solution. You can call it "medicationname1" or even "medicationnamenight" and use this for the second dosage. In order to add a medication to the list, use the "+" sign in the upper right hand corner of the Medications page.


WIll you be releasing a

WIll you be releasing a version that works with the ipad soon?

re: iPad

GI Monitor currently works on the iPad. We have not developed native graphics yet, so the resolution will be small. But it will work the same. You can also click the 2x (full screen) button in the lower right hand corner to display the app. fullscreen. IMPORTANT NOTE: For the next 2 weeks, you SHOULD NOT use both the iPhone App and the iPad App. We will be issuing another release in 2 weeks to support synchronization across multiple mobile devices (iPhone, iTouch,iPad, BlackBerry). Until then, you should only use one mobile device.

We do plan to create native graphics for the iPad and improve the user experience. Please let me know if you have any more questions.



Isn't the iPad just a big iPhone? I've seen the TV ads, and it looks like an oversized iPhone. Just curious. Thanks


Russ's iPad Question

Hi Russ,

The iPad is much more than a big iPhone. I would add that...even if it were just a "big iPhone", the added resolution opens up a world of possibilities in the app space. Particularly B2B apps. The Home Depots of the world will be virtually stocking shelves as they stock them for real...so you can find what you're looking for before getting to that aisle. More relevant in the WellApps space, docs will be looking at our charts and PHRs on iPads. Our GI Monitor users can walk in with their charts and show the docs. And there are possibilities that we haven't even thought of yet.


Will you be releasing an app

Will you be releasing an app for the Droid anytime soon? I don't carry my ipod around with me all the time, and would like to be able to use the app more consistently.


UPDATE: Android is now scheduled for release in Q3, 2010.


Any newer estimates on when

Any newer estimates on when we can expect an android app?