Have you ever sat in a doctor’s office feeling apprehensive, overwhelmed by information and uncertain about what questions to ask? Have you walked out of the doctor’s office having forgotten something the doctor said and regretting what questions you didn’t ask?
You’re not alone. Just about every patient has had the same experience at one time or another.
PatientPilot can help you become an empowered patient. It's your mobile medical navigator, coaching you on your journey through the healthcare system and offering tips on what questions to ask your doctors, how to find essential and reliable medical information and how to make medical decisions.
PatientPilot’s guidance is gleaned from more than 125 authoritative sources in the medical and patient advocacy communities.
PatientPilot is there when you need it - not just at home, but in the waiting room, during an appointment, in the hospital room and at the pharmacy.
*Key Reminders - offer important points to remember about doctor visits, diagnostic tests, hospital stays and more
*Checklists - interactive checklists guide patients on what questions they need to ask and what they need to know
*Review - in Checklists, items not checked by the patient automatically go onto Review screens for those sections of the app
*My Notes - allows the patient to take notes and "Share” them via email
*Medication List - enables the patient to easily maintain a list of medications and "Share" the list with family caregivers or clinicians
*Record - allows the patient to record conversations with healthcare providers or the patient’s own thoughts and reflections
*Resources - a comprehensive list of links to authoritative medical information sites and other resources for patients
*Video - links to PatientPilot's video channel, where patients can upload their own videos, view videos from other patients and PatientPilot, as well as from additional sources