SonarMD is a powerful tool created exclusively to help you and your physician effectively track and manage changes in your IBD symptoms. In doing so, it can improve your overall health, lower your healthcare costs and reduce the need for hospitalizations.
When you sign up for SonarMD you will provide your physician with an e-mail address or phone number that will operate as a login to access a series of surveys. Each survey only takes a minute to complete, can be done on the phone or computer and gives instant feedback. Based on your symptoms, the feedback will dictate whether or not a call to your physician is merited.
SonarMD benefits you by staying connected to your physician using cutting edge technology to keep tabs on your IBD. It also contributes to valuable data gathered by healthcare professionals. The collected data will help make strides in generating new and improved, evidenced-based treatments for you and the 1.6 million Americans living with IBD.
To learn more about SonarMD and how it can help you, contact us today.
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