MyGi Health’s Automated Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Systems (AEGIS™) Platform and Food and Symptom Tracker (FAST™) are based on published NIH ‘Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS)’ scores*. These scores, used in conjunction with patients’ reported symptoms, can be utilized by the patient and healthcare provider to track symptoms, document outcomes, and manage care. Patients can also be directed to MyGi Health’s robust Learning Center to learn more about their symptoms and disease state.
Patient-Provider Engagement Tools for GI Practices
Working with experts in patient communication and computing technology, My Total Health has re-engineered the role of technology in GI practitioners and their patients.
Clinically Validated Algorithms
Patient History Module
MyGi Health’s Patient History Module can be prescribed by healthcare providers before, during, and after an initial consultation with a patient to create an efficient and accurate way for the patient to provide their symptom history.
- Patients benefit from recording their symptoms on their own time, and from the privacy of their own homes, or in waiting rooms.
- The patient-provider relationship is also improved as the provider can spend more time learning about the patient, rather than taking a patient history.
- The system doesn’t forget to ask important questions that can often be forgotten by busy providers.
- Providers can also customize the educational materials that the patient can access to tailor the experience just for the patient.
Scientifically Tested | Clinically Validated
Computer-Generated Vs. Physician-Documented History of Present Illness (HPI): Results of a Blinded Comparison
Almario, Christopher V MD1,2,3,4; Chey, William MD5; Kaung, Aung MD1,2; Whitman, Cynthia MPH1,4; Fuller, Garth MS1,4; Reid, Mark PhD2,4; Nguyen, Ken MD1; Bolus, Roger PhD4; Dennis, Buddy PhD6; Encarnacion, Rey BS6; Martinez, Bibiana MPH1,2,4; Talley, Jennifer MSPH1,2,4; Modi, Rushaba MD1,2,3; Agarwal, Nikhil MD1,2,3; Lee, Aaron MD1; Kubomoto, Scott MD1; Sharma, Gobind MD1; Bolus, Sally MS4; Chang, Lin MD3; Spiegel, Brennan M R MD, MSHS1,2,4 Computer-Generated Vs. Physician-Documented History of Present Illness (HPI): Results of a Blinded Comparison, American Journal of Gastroenterology: January 2015 – Volume 110 – Issue 1 – p 170-179 doi: 10.1038/ajg.2014.356
Development of the NIH Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Gastrointestinal Symptoms Scales
Spiegel, Brennan M R MD, MSHS, RFF, FACG, AGAF1, 2, 3, 4; Hays, Ron D PhD4, 5; Bolus, Roger PhD2; Melmed, Gil Y MD, MS1; Chang, Lin MD5, 6; Whitman, Cynthia MPH2; Khanna, Puja P MD, MPH7; Paz, Sylvia H PhD4; Hays, Tonya MS4; Reise, Steve PhD8; Khanna, Dinesh MD, MSc7 Development of the NIH Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Gastrointestinal Symptom Scales, American Journal of Gastroenterology: November 2014 – Volume 109 – Issue 11 – p 1804-1814 doi: 10.1038/ajg.2014.237
Impact of National Institutes of Health Gastrointestinal PROMIS Measures in Clinical Practice: Results of a Multicenter Controlled Trial
Almario, Christopher V MD, MSHPM1,2,3; Chey, William D MD4; Khanna, Dinesh MD, MSc5; Mosadeghi, Sasan MD, MS3; Ahmed, Shahzad MD3; Afghani, Elham MD, MPH1; Whitman, Cynthia MPH1,3; Fuller, Garth MS1,3; Reid, Mark PhD2,3; Bolus, Roger PhD3; Dennis, Buddy PhD6; Encarnacion, Rey BS6; Martinez, Bibiana MPH1,2,3; Soares, Jennifer MSPH1,2,3; Modi, Rushaba MD3; Agarwal, Nikhil MD3; Lee, Aaron MD3; Kubomoto, Scott MD3; Sharma, Gobind MD3; Bolus, Sally MS3; Spiegel, Brennan M R MD, MSHS1,2,3 Impact of National Institutes of Health Gastrointestinal PROMIS Measures in Clinical Practice: Results of a Multicenter Controlled Trial, American Journal of Gastroenterology: November 2016 – Volume 111 – Issue 11 – p 1546-1556 doi: 10.1038/ajg.2016.305