The HITLAB team was honored to help launch weShare—a new app for urologic health—at the American Urological Association’s (AUA) Annual Meeting in May.
 

We’ve been working together with Symptelligence to develop the app, which enables patients to easily record and share essential data with their physicians using smartphones or the Web.

During AUA, Symptelligence co-founder Jerry Blaivas MD, FACS, announced a partnership with LABORIE – the leading global developer and manufacturer of innovative medical devices for urologic health – to launch weShare worldwide.

According to Dr. Blaivas, “weShare gives urologists quantifiable insight into a patient’s condition at a level we simply have not had before.” He continues, “The tool provides physicians with standardized data quantifying patients’ symptoms, pain levels and other metrics before they even walk into the exam room with the patient.”

We at HITLAB were thrilled to be part of this exciting process and event, especially knowing the app will improve treatment, decision-making, and communication between patients and urologists. For more, click 
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