Advancing Digital Health Solutions Alongside Ada Health
Putting Your Health in Your Hands
We live in an exciting era, where incredible advancements in healthcare are enabling more people to make more informed decisions about their everyday health. Humanity has never before had such an ability to care for ourselves—and others.
As technology rapidly advances, people are harnessing unprecedented opportunities to better manage their own health issues. New digital tools like apps, health trackers, and artificial intelligence (AI) platforms are making it increasingly possible for anyone to better understand their symptoms, be proactive about preventative care, and find the best self-care options. We think digital health is the future, which is why we’ve partnered with Ada Health to empower everyone to take charge of their personal health.
One of the exciting frontiers in healthcare is giving people the right tools, information, advice and medicines to move from a reactive to a proactive approach to their own health
Chief Scientific Officer, Consumer Health Division at Bayer
The Forefront of a Personalized Health Revolution
We all have questions about our health. Now, it’s easier than ever to get answers. As an AI-based health assessment platform, Ada is designed to help people identify the right care at the right time, based on their individual health, risk factors and current symptoms. To provide valuable health information and guidance, this free app uses an advanced algorithm to prompt users with personalized questions to generate data-driven care options and recommendations for next steps.
Since 2016, more than 11 million people around the world have used Ada Health to complete more than 25 million personal health assessments, making it the most popular and highest-rated symptom assessment app worldwide. “One of the exciting frontiers in healthcare is giving people the right tools, information, advice and medicines to move from a reactive to a proactive approach to their own health,“ said David Evendon-Challis, chief scientific officer of Bayer’s Consumer Health division. “That’s why we were so drawn to partnering with Ada Health and why it is so exciting to see the first fruits of that partnership.”
Individual Support for Individualized Care
Anyone can access Ada’s Intelligent symptoms assessment by downloading the app directly, or—for people in the U.S., U.K. or Germany—by using it online on the Aspirin, Aleve, Midol, Canesten and Iberogast websites.
We believe everyday health is a fundamental human right, which is why we’re passionate about pioneering new tools and resources that support personal health. By working with Ada Health to make these insights available directly on our product websites, more people can better understand and manage their own pain relief, digestive issues and intimate health.
Our shared goal is to enable anyone to take more ownership of their health via credible, science-based information delivered through products they know and can rely on.
Chief Marketing & Digital Officer for Consumer Health
Pioneering New Possibilities for Global Health
Digital health is already changing lives for people around the world—and we’re only beginning to harness its potential. For Daniel Nathrath, CEO and Co-Founder of Ada Health, these technological advancements are expanding everyday access to better healthcare solutions across the globe. “More and more people are turning to digital health tools like Ada for personalized insights and actionable guidance—especially for problems that may at first glance seem insignificant or too intimate to talk about comfortably. We are proud to launch this pilot in partnership with Bayer to explore opportunities for people around the world to take more ownership of their health.”
By addressing challenges of stigma and accessibility, providing people with direct access to digital health solutions is leading to better outcomes while also building trust. Patricia Corsi, Chief Marketing & Digital Officer for Consumer Health, adds, “our shared goal is to enable anyone to take more ownership of their health via credible, science-based information delivered through products they know and can rely on.” This access to reliable insights and recommendations is already improving health outcomes around the globe. Because when we can harness new technologies to improve and encourage personal health, we all have a hand in building a healthier world.