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Isabel Healthcare launches new and improved mobile versions of its digital tools

November 7, 2019

Isabel Healthcare has launched new and improved mobile versions of the Isabel Symptom Checker for patients and the Isabel DDx Generator for doctors, ensuring its products work seamlessly on all devices. It has also launched a Spanish Language version of the professional tool.

The update means patients can now easily use the Symptom Checker on their smartphone, so they can research possible causes of their symptoms whenever they need to on whatever device is most convenient for them, without downloading additional apps.

Dr David Triska, a GP who uses the Isabel Symptom Checker with his patients, said:

“The Symptom Checker is great for helping patients understand what their symptoms may mean, and I know that not all of my patients have a computer these days so the improved mobile site will make it more accessible. I also find it can actually help to reassure worried patients if they use it after their consultation, because they see their condition appear in the list with links to more information.”

The improved mobile version of the professional tool puts clinical reasoning support in doctors’ pockets, allowing them to refer to it wherever they are, for example on ward rounds or home visits.

The Spanish language version also means it is accessible to the widest possible group of clinicians in Spanish-speaking countries worldwide. It uses a new model developed by the Isabel team, which will eventually make Isabel available in several more languages, spreading sophisticated medical knowledge deep into places that lack medical resources.

Jason Maude, CEO and Co-Founder of Isabel Healthcare, said:

“We are dedicated to helping to improve the quality of clinical decision making around the world, so ensuring our tools can be used anywhere, on any device is really important to us because it means doctors and patients always have access to the support they need when its most important.”

The new and improved mobile versions of the online tools have been enhanced across the board, and are now fully responsive. This enables the user to go through the process using ‘point and click’ across a full range of devices. The mobile versions now include the full functionality of the desktop version, which they previously did not.

To find out more about the Isabel Symptom Checker, visit

To find out more about the Isabel DDx Generator for doctors, visit

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