You know what digital health solutions need to be made. With Chorus, now you can create them.
Visually create in minutes.
Improve the lives of people and communities by democratizing technology development
Technology should be flexible to interact with people how they want. Seamlessly connect mobile, desktop, text, voice and devices into one solution.
Whether its to help patients improve their health, power your research study, or support a new workflow in your organization or community, you can create it.
Create surveys, patient apps, portals, and more in minutes without programming. Ready for mobile, tablet, or desktop.
An app is not an island. Chorus integrates SMS and voice to send reminders, link to mobile apps, and improve engagement.
Created within Healthcare, Chorus is ready to handle sensitive patient-related and research data.
Seamlessly connect activity trackers, devices like blood pressure monitors, and more. Make data actionable by using built-in AI from Chorus.
Mix and match to support a workflow like e-signatures, power your research study, or help patients engage in their care.
Created within Healthcare for Healthcare.
Back in 2013, people started asking me for help in creating mobile health apps. It was a good opportunity for a platform so as to enable the content experts (who often were not technical) to directly create the solutions they had in mind.
Chorus started with a $10,000 seed grant and with that I created a basic version of Chorus that people started paying $5,000-10,000 per year to use and additional funds to add features. That enabled the platform to be bootstrapped over 7 years using primarily funds from paying clients, adding only necessary features informed by them along the way.
A mobile app to promote survivorship for adults with cancer.
Jacqueline Casillas, MD, MSHS, Mark Garcia, MD, Alma Guerrero, MD, Kate Crespi, PhD, and Patricia Ganz, MD
UCLA Pediatric Oncology
LACCDR: Population-level text messaging to evaluate resilience related to disasters
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
RADD: Resiliency Against Depression Disparities.
Bowen Chung, MD
UCLA, Center for Health services and Society