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Lower the cost of chronic pain by improving chronic pain outcomes across your network
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Chronic pain is a massive financial burden

It creates greater direct medical expenses than any other chronic condition - more than heart disease, cancer, and diabetes

Managing chronic pain is complex

Patients and clinicians face unique challenges
patient and doctor
  • Often have anxiety or depression
  • Find it hard to explain symptoms
  • Become dependent on doctors or medicines
  • Cannot measure pain effectively
  • Have no visibility outside of the clinic
  • Lack patient self-management tools
patient and doctor
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You cannot manage
what you cannot measure or monitor
The current approach to measuring pain and function uses paper-based questionnaires:
  • Difficult to standardize across providers
  • Time-intensive to deploy and digitize
  • Prone to errors of omission
  • Burdensome for patients to complete
  • Limited frequency of outcome collection

Our Solution

Manage My Pain: A digital solution that helps patients and doctors better measure and monitor pain so it can be better managed
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allow people to track
pain and self-manage
clinical reports
translate patient experiences
for doctors during visits
monitoriing portal
shows patient progress outside
clinic and in between visits
We are proud to be the world's only digital chronic pain solution with positive clinical impact
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Collecting patient-reported outcomes has never been easier

73% willing to try the app
(at urban, community care, and rural clinics)
88% find it easy to use
(only 1 person out of 98 said it was difficult to use)

Validated clinical impact

Patients who use Manage My Pain for at least 30 days have better outcomes after 3 & 6 months.
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Pain Catastrophization
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A 2-year multi-site study was led by Drs. Anuj Bhatia and Hance Clarke from Toronto's University Health Network. The manuscript is currently being prepared for submission.

Leading hospitals helped develop and use it

Find out how we can help you manage the costs of chronic pain