We're in this together.

Join the most engaged online patient communities to find support and all the tools you need better manage your condition.

Why Responsum Health

Developed from years of research, interviews, and collaboration with patients around the globe, our disease-specific apps are designed to improve patients’ knowledge, grow their self-confidence, support their needs and concerns, and facilitate the organization and coordination of their healthcare information.

Find a safe space in a community of people like you

Patient Designed
Patient Designed
Each platform is developed in collaboration with leading medical experts on each disease, in addition to patients and their advocates, caregivers, and healthcare providers.
Customized Experience
Customized Experience
Our users receive a customized stream of information—hand-selected from across the internet and brought directly to their Newsfeed daily to provide a personalized experience based on their preferences.
Trusted Content
Trusted Content
By providing an expertly vetted and trustworthy Newsfeed for patients who are in need of easy-to-read, useful information, Responsum Health is building strong knowledge communities.

We're on a mission!

At Responsum Health, we believe there is a better way to help patients with chronic diseases—a more valuable, less invasive way, where patients and caregivers can find meaningful support and reliable information about their journeys and share their stories.

What our clients and partners are saying:

Our clients and partners include:

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Help us revolutionize online patient care

The need to safely harness the power of the internet for patients is universal. At some point, virtually every newly diagnosed person goes online to research their condition, investigate treatment options, and find support resources.

In order to help as many patients as possible, Responsum Health is actively looking for new partners—both commercial and patient groups—to develop and maintain knowledge communities in therapeutic areas of unmet need.

Let’s explore your ideas about where we should go next!