Track and share your health data with Enna Health
Tracking symptoms is exhausting, especially as you’re going through chemo and radiotherapy–we’ve been there! Enna Health’s mobile app is so easy to use, you can input everything from your symptoms to your mental health in under 60 seconds (we timed it!)
Julia Califano, Everyday Health
In many cases you’re dealing with almost a dozen different symptoms, each one seeming like it’s triggered at random. Use us to keep you organized, and dive into your symptom history
Use Enna Health to share the full picture of your symptoms with your oncologist and nurse so they can help you get your symptoms under control
If your patient is too young, old, or just too tired to log their symptoms daily, you can enter their health data on their behalf
Or if you’d simply like to keep tabs on your loved one’s health, they can grant you view access
Export a PDF of your past 8 weeks of symptoms and share them with your oncologist or nurse through either email or in-person
As a cancer survivor, caregiver, and volunteer, I found that my frustrations from battling cancer were not unique. Juggling almost a dozen different symptoms, I just had no way to keep track of it all, let alone proactively try to manage it. Seeing it play out again with my loved ones and other patients drove us to build Enna Health.
As a Stage 2 Hodgkin's Lymphoma survivor and a former caregiver, Abdullah decided to focus his career on helping other patients fight cancer. Abdullah is a Patient Advocate and council member at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He is a member of the Commercial Analytics team at Flatiron Health, and prior to that he spent 3 years in tech investment banking.
Nikhil is currently an MBA student at INSEAD. Prior to that he was part of Flatiron Health's Go-To-Market Strategy and Analytics team for 4 years where he led Flatiron's revenue building assessments and opportunities. Prior to that he spent 4 Years in Industrial & Tech Investing at Moelis Capital Partners & Palisades Growth Capital.
Nirmal is currently a 3rd Year Medical Student at Georgetown University School of Medicine, founded the international nonprofit “Heroes for Hearts” during his college years. Nirmal has also previously served as the Executive Director of Georgetown University’s $1.25 million social innovation and public service fund.