The MyHealth application was developed at Cleveland Clinic to help patients with multiple sclerosis.


Cleveland Clinic




January 2017




As the lead developer for the MyHealth application, I led a team of two and oversaw the entire development process. My responsibilities included managing the integration of the UI/UX design and ensuring the application met the needs of patients with multiple sclerosis. I also played a crucial role in adapting the application to support other disease populations, such as Parkinson's, ALS, and Alzheimer's.

Working closely with experts, my team developed a series of tests to measure various patient functions, including walking speed, vision, manual dexterity, and processing speed. These tests were designed to be completed before scheduled doctor visits, providing a baseline and longitudinal profile of each patient's cognitive status. This data helped caregivers make informed decisions about their patients' health.

One of the significant challenges we faced was adapting the tests for different diseases, which we addressed by allowing module configuration through downloadable JSON files from our web backend. This flexible approach has been highly effective and well-received over the years.

Today, the application is used to help patients with Parkinson's, ALS, Alzheimer's, and more. Over 15,000 patients have used the application, and it has been featured in several publications.

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