One year ago today, Doc.ai launched a 12-month Digital Health Trial to explore whether AI could be used to predict when people will experience allergies or allergy patterns. Allergies affect many of us regularly, and it can be hard to know the cause. Environmental and seasonal allergies can especially impact daily living in seemingly unpredictable and disruptive ways. Patients, doctors, and researchers have been trying to find patterns by looking at multiple factors from personal traits to environmental exposures, however, it’s difficult to do without tracking real-world health data.
Today we’re happy to announce the first of the 2,000 participants in the Allergy Digital Health Trial can now access a final report which visualizes a snapshot of their tracked symptoms, triggers and time of day they were more likely to experience allergies. The report can be easily shared with their clinicians to help bridge the gap between medical research and an individual's medical care team.
Dr. Chirag Patel from Harvard Medical School and Dr. Chethan Sarabu, Director of Clinical Informatics at doc.ai and physician at Stanford Medicine are in the process of analyzing the results from Allergy Digital Health Trial participants holistically and will share the results in the coming months once published.
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