Why Do People Choose Chorus?

Chorus has been used by many health projects and research studies and its great to see their work come out in publications.

  • Powerful platform, easy to use, built for everyone
  • Secure and HIPAA compliant
  • Trusted partner in generating evidence-based approaches in health and research
  • Customized support in participatory design and digital health innovations
  • Access to the Chorus community sharing solutions people have built

Common Use Cases

Participant engagement

Recruit patients and to manage bi-directional synchronous and asynchronous communications across channel (SMS, Mobile, Web); integrate live chat.

Research Participant management

Create a unified experience across screening, e-consent, incentive distribution, data collection, analysis, and visualization.

Research study design

Use templates for developing study designs, create randomized groups; integrate unique algorithms; resources for IRB approval and HIPAA compliance.

Content Management

Upload and deliver texts, images, videos and audios to participants; platform is optimized for mobile phone, tablet, desktop, and accessibility.

Chorus for Healthcare Providers and Patients

Patient Care Management

Design a technology-enhanced service in patient care; provide separate patient and provider experiences

Care Coordination

Coordinate between clients and staff to support various needs/services; automated resource navigation

Patient Assessment

Collect, review, manage responses; manage scheduled notifications and reminders; use interactive voice capability to analyze patient progress

Behavioral Change Support

Send recurring text messages as an informational and supportive resource for patients

Chorus for Health Systems

Human Centered Services

Create a unified service delivery model to manage inquiries, crisis assessment, in-take, warm-line, resource referrals, and service providers.

Service Ecosystems

Customize and streamline workflows across departments; optimize coordination between public health agency and local community and partners and service providers to close the loop for individuals seeking help

Centralize compliance and security

Use an enterprise-ready HIPAA compliant and data secure platform to protect patient information.

Capacity Management

Integrate with other enterprise data systems; collect, analyze and display data to manage service and resource capacity in real-time.

A Community of Creators

Chorus has been used by many health projects and research studies and its great to see their work come out in publications.

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UCLA Adult Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs: Patient's co-creating mobile apps to support care in real-time
(Mobile, SMS)

James Rosser, LCSW

UCLA Health, Semel Institute

B-RESILIENT: Community co-developed texting to support resiliency (SMS)

Felica Jones
Jennifer O'hora, PhD

Chicago-Area Primary Care Clinics & UCLA

BEAMS: Messaging to support healthy lifestyle (SMS)

Naja Foushee

Children's National Hospital D.C.

WEA: Exploring effectiveness of wireless emergency alerts (SMS)

Deborah Glik, PhD

UCLA, Dept of Public Health

MyCoachConnect: Longitudinal assessment and behavioral analytics for individuals with severe mental illness (Mobile, SMS, IVR)

Armen Arevian, MD, PhD

UCLA, Semel Institute

Somatomap: Measuring physical sensations and relation to mental health symptoms (Mobile)

Jamie Feusner, MD
Armen Arevian, MD, PhD
Sahib Khalsa, MD, PhD
Christina Ralph-Nearman, PhD

UCLA & University of Tulsa

ECHOS: Early Cardiovascular Health Outreach SMS program

Jennifer Phung, MD

UCLA Health, Pediatrics

LACCDR: Population-level text messaging to evaluate resilience related to disasters

Team-Based Project

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health & UCLA

RADD: Resiliency Against Depression Disparities. Mobile apps to support engagement, recruitment, screening and consent for participation (Mobile)

Bowen Chung, MD

UCLA, Center for Health services and Society

Impact of Mindful Awareness Practices in Pediatric Resident Training Research Study
(Mobile, SMS)

Yonca Bulut, MD
Denise R Purdie, MD, FAAP
Michael Irwin, MD

UCLA Health, Pediatrics

A mobile phone intervention to promote adherence to recommended survivorship care among adolescent and young adult cancer survivors

Jacqueline Casillas, MD, MSHS, Mark Garcia, MD, Alma Guerrero, MD, Kate Crespi, PhD, and Patricia A. Ganz, MD

UCLA Pediatric Oncology