Carnegie Mellon

Perfect fit for patient self-tracking

A research institute, Carnegie Mellon, was the first customer to purchase the Mymee technology allowing then the to find a perfect fit for Carnegie Mellon BodyTrack project. This project was missing a component for recording observations of daily living in their ecosystem of self-quantification devices and software. Our software was the first and only one they had been able to identify that could handle the kind of data collection required by such large scale project.Our software was chosen for the active tracking as a Smartphone self-observation application and is used to record relevant subjective experiences;

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  • Headaches
  • Pain
  • Energy levels
  • Mood

Photos is used to record;

  • Intake of food and medications
  • Social contacts
  • Visible symptoms such as rashes or eczema

 

Pharma Rosacea Clinical Trial

Patient compliance optimization

From booklet instructions and
paper tracking…
…to mobile monitoring and
high compliance.

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  • Cross-platform & effortless data entry
  • Paper tracking
  • Booklet size instructions
  • No controls
  • If lost, gone forever
  • Patient adherence lacking
  • Cross-platform & effortless data entry
  • Technology driven instructions
  • Simple onboarding
  • Once entered, data cannot be lost
  • Backend time stamped for maximum patient compliance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chronic ill Patient

Creating awareness with self-tracking

39 year old female was diagnosed with SLE Lupus with comorbidity effecting her heart, kidneys, liver, connected tissue, muscles, bones, joints, hair, nails, skin and eyes. She suffered from multiple symptoms, years of pain and allergic reactions along with blood work that always showed outside normal ranges for almost a decade. Her Stanford Hospital Autoimmune Clinic physician named her “an interesting case”, but didn’t identify the root cause for her condition.
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The patient consulted weekly with her Data Driven Coach which provided new awareness of the correlation between her behavior and symptoms that made her realize she could influence her own health and allow medicine to work for her, not against her

One year after she started tracking:

  • Blood work shows 100% normal for the first time in 10 years
  • The patient is living pain free
  • She hasn’t had any major flares
  • No major allergic reactions
  • No inpatient visits or ER stays
  • 22 lbs weight loss

The patient is back to living the life of a normal person and her doctor, Dr. Olivia Ghaw of Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, recommends other patients to consult her about self­-tracking and behavior in connection with Lupus

“Using this software creates an awareness like nothing I have used before. …It has changed my life”
– Patient