Founder/CEO Symple Health
Natasha Gajewski is an ePatient and the developer of Symple, a symptom journal for iPhone. Diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease in 2010, Natasha needed a simple tool to document how she felt between office visits. Finding no app flexible enough to meet the needs of her rare disease, she built her own. Symple is used by tens of thousands of patients around the world and is a featured app in the iTunes app store. Natasha has been named a 2013 Stanford MedX ePatient scholar, TedMED Frontline scholar, one of ten Innovators to Follow by the Partners' Center for Connected Health, and a member of the Startup Health Showcase at the mHealth Summit in Washington DC. She and her team have twice won lean startup competitions before judges such as Eric Reis (IMVU, The Lean Startup), Janice Fraser (LUXr) and Tom Eisenmann (HBS). Natasha is passionate about dignifying the patient's experience of disease, in daily life and the exam room.
n of one observations, peer to peer health, patient as consumer,
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