We are on a mission to ease the lives of people dealing with chronic conditions.
Whether you are recently diagnosed or you’ve been living with a chronic condition for some time, Creda Health is your one-stop destination for staying on top of your health.
Living with chronic conditions can be tough. Monitoring medications, symptoms, vitals, lab tests, doctor visits, food, lifestyle etc. can be overwhelming. Creda Health does all of that for you and helps you identify triggers and take steps to prevent complications and worsening of diseases. It finds better ways of staying on top of these health elements.
Our condition-specific care models analyse your symptoms, medications, vitals, labs, nutrition and lifestyle elements, and monitor your disease progression and treatment effectiveness, unlike anything else on the market. We send you reminders, alerts, warnings, articles, actions to take and things to talk to your doctor – all to help you stay on top of your health.
And you have multiple plans to choose from – from low cost Digital Only plans to very affordable Digital plus Care Crew plans that give you access to your very own nutritionists and fitness coaches.
Our base plans allow you to:
1.Manage medications, symptoms, vitals, diet, exercise, check-ups and more
- Receive reminders, alerts, education
- Customize by condition and needs
2.Get personalized articles, videos, guidance
- Understand your condition
- Learn what to expect
3.Review your ongoing health report
- See how you do every week
- Know what to ask your doctor
4.Ask questions of nutritionist and fitness coach
- Get answers via chat
- Watch/ attend webinars
And for a low incremental cost, our enhanced plans allow you to work directly with our Creda Care Crew of nutritionists and fitness coaches on setting up and managing your very own care programs.
Creda Health Programs are available for Diabetes, Prediabetes, Hypertension, Hyperlipidaemia (high cholesterol), Heart Failure (and other cardiac related conditions), Lupus, Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) and more.