Today’s milestone for the Responsum for PF app and online community brings the company one step closer to its vision of bringing reliable, accessible health care information directly to patients living with chronic disease.
Responsum Health Founder and CEO Andrew Rosenberg said, “We’re extremely excited about this accomplishment, and especially grateful to both the pulmonary fibrosis patient community and our partner, the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, for their confidence in and support for our vision to help patients.”
“At the start of the year, 1000 user sign-ups seemed like a stretch goal for such a rare disease, but we are on track to surpass that number easily as we ride a growing wave of patient interest and participation in the Responsum for PF app into 2020.”
While the Internet offers patients the promise of unfettered access to massive amounts of information, they can easily find themselves overwhelmed by too much, or often underserved by inaccurate, inappropriate or overly complex content. Responsum Health solves that problem with a dynamic, engaging online information platform that is driving incredibly high user engagement:
Facts about Pulmonary Fibrosis
Although still considered rare, more than 200,000 Americans are living with pulmonary fibrosis (PF). PF is a deadly and complex disease that causes progressive scarring of the lungs and breathing issues.
About Responsum Health
Responsum Health is a free, revolutionary patient engagement platform that monitors, searches and curates the Internet and then generates a personalized Newsfeed of article summaries vetted by RH’s partners at the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF). Responsum wraps the Newsfeed into a comprehensive platform that enables patients to review, comment on and rate the articles, as well as share with their professional care team and loved ones. RH also enables patients to better organize their health information, find local patient support groups and services, and use a legislative advocacy tool to engage in policies that impact their health care.
Jenny Rosenberg, Public Relations Director
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