Connect the dots
HealthySmartsMD helps you take the reins of your health experience.
Follow symptoms and figure out triggers, easily
Having a serious condition can be hard to deal with. Do you have symptoms that affect you day to day, week to week? Are you trying to manage side effects of a treatment? We make it easy to track your symptoms and side effects over time to look for trends, identify triggers, and share important history of how you've been feeling between doctor visits.
Learn what works for you
Taking a medicine or supplement and want to see if it’s helping? Started a new diet and need to track your progress? There are many different remedies that people are using to manage symptoms. We deliver informational content and provide a way to show you how treatments or other factors are affecting you (or not). Our mobile-friendly platform lets you check-in easily anytime.
On the road to better health, HealthySmartsMD puts you in the driver’s seat. Most health care happens at home, and it's hard to keep track of how you are doing between doctors' visits. We help you fill in those gaps so that you can share more information with your doctor and learn information about measures that can help and risks of which you might not be aware.
MANY PATIENTS MANY EXPERIENCES
Louise Chang, MD, founder & CEO of HealthySmartsMD, is committed to health advocacy and patient education. She champions the efforts of people with serious conditions to live better and avoid the impact of future health complications.
Dr. Chang is an adjunct assistant professor of medicine at Emory University and attending physician at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA. She has been recognized for award-winning health content including medical news, videos, and special projects during her time as senior medical editor at WebMD. Dr. Chang has collaborated with CBS news and has been interviewed by television and news radio programs, magazines, and newspapers. In 2012, Dr. Chang served as a panelist on the White House Seniors’ Health Town Hall.
Dr. Chang is a graduate of Stanford University and New York Medical College. She completed her residency and chief residency at Saint Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan. Board certified in internal medicine, she is a member of the American College of Physicians.