CTI Research project "PainHawk" launches CatchMyPain iPhone app

The IFI spin-off Sanovation AG is working together with the SEAL group and the Clinics of Valens on an electronic pain diary. The diary will help to treat chronic pain patients more efficiently.

PainHawk has launched the CatchMyPain App to give patients the possibility to document their suffering with detailed drawings. The anonymized patient data is then used to find clusters of similar patients. The detailed analysis of such clusters shall help physicians to identify and develop more efficient therapies in the future. The CatchMyPain App is available for Android and iOS tablets, and now also for the iPhone.