"The PatientApps Peri-op eCare app provides patients with critical information about their diagnosis and treatment. This service guides patients through what is often a very stressful experience, answering common questions that arise during the course of treatment. It's a fantastic support tool for both doctors and patients."

Jeremy T. Smith, MD
Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Harvard Medical School
Brigham and Women's Hospital

"This application will ensure that patients will have, at their fingertips, all the information they need to dramatically reduce the anxiety of not knowing what to expect with their procedure. For the surgeon or proceduralist, it will help streamline the patient experience, reduce extra work by minimizing confusion or uncertainty, and guarantee an informed consent process."

Michael D. Stone, MD
Former Chair of Surgery at Stamford, CT

"This platform embodies THE NOW and THE FUTURE of patient-centered medicine, surgery and perioperative care as it optimizes patient education and compliance, and physician and practice efficiency. It is an essential tool to guide patients through their treatment and recovery."

Aaron K. Styer MD
Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology,
Harvard Medical School

"This application will provide patients with a bias free informative source and support... they can digest at their own pace before and after visits with their physicians."

Michael T. Watkins, MD, FACS
Medical Director
Wound Clinic
Massachusetts General Hospital

"I spend literally hours with each patient talking about stuff, and always manage to miss some information (also due to the repetitive nature of these consults). Also, patients call my staff (nurses, and assistant doctors) a lot before and after the procedure for questions about stuff that they can instead find in the app. So, basically this app should save time for the physician and the staff, I should be able to do more procedures, and increase patient compliance and decrease the potential for medical-legal issues to arise."

Antonio R. Gargiulo, MD
Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology,
Harvard Medical School