Chronically Simple on Global News: Rare Disease Day

Global News

As Rare Disease Day occurred on February 28th, Global News conducted an interview with Innomar’s Kristy Dickinson as the founder of the patient app Chronically Simple, as well as a patient within the rare disease community.  Kristy shone a light on some of the challenges rare disease patients have been faced with during the pandemic, shared her personal story on her diagnosis with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and explained from a patient and caregiver perspective, how Chronically Simple can improve the lives of rare disease patients and those with chronic illnesses.  See the full interview by following the link below.

Chronically Simple is a cloud-based app designed to help patients and caregivers manage the administrative burden that comes with living with a chronic disease. It provides patients and caregivers with many secure features, including medication and appointment tracking, accounting, note taking, as well as lab results and medical results storage. As communities face economically challenging times, Chronically Simple is available for free, or access additional features such as managing multiple patient profiles and integrating with other health tracker information with a Premium plan.