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iBDialog monthly

Patient app for therapy monitoring

iBDialog monthly provides patients with chronic inflammatory bowel diseases and their gastroenterologists with a continuous overview of the course of the therapy. Patients record their disease activity and medication with a simple and short questionnaire. iBDialog monthly was developed by MSD in close cooperation with leading gastroenterologists from IBDnet and the patient organization Crohn Colitis Schweiz.
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iBDialog is available on the App Store for iOS devices.

MSD Manual

Handbook with medical information for patients and medical professionals

Our mission is simple: We believe that health information is a universal right and that every person is entitled to accurate and accessible medical information. We have a responsibility to protect, preserve and share the best current medical information to enable more informed decisions, enhance relationships between patients and professionals, and improve health care outcomes around the world. That’s why we are making the Merck Manuals and the MSD Manuals available for free in digital form in multiple languages to professionals and patients around the world.
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Mobile app for monitoring the course of the disease in patients with pulmonary hypertension (PH)

myPH is a mobile app that PH patients can use to easily document the course of their disease. The physician has access to the recorded data, which helps him to track the course of the patient's disease until the next consultation. myPH was developed by the PH Expert Center at Geneva University Hospital in close cooperation with MSD.
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mySCQM (formerly iDialog monthly)

Patient app for the documentation of disease activity and medication intake

With mySCQM, rheumatologists and patients with inflammatory rheumatism have a simple and modern way of documenting disease activity and medication intake between physician check-ups. This information helps to better assess the course of the disease and to make the therapy more effective. The app was jointly operated by MSD in close cooperation with the SCQM Foundation from 2016 to the end of 2018 and has since then been continued by SCQM as 'mySCQM'.
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CH-NON-00071, 03/2019