iTriage helps people take charge of their health
Decision support tools to research problems, take action, and improve care. Founded by two emergency medicine physicians, iTriage® is a free mobile app and website that helps answer the two most common medical questions: “What could be wrong?” and “Where can I go?”.
Convenience. Connection. Care. Control.
Look up your symptoms and learn about possible causes and treatments. Search the symptom directory by selecting a body part or browse from an alphabetical list.
Learn about possible causes
Research specific diseases and conditions to learn about treatment options, procedures, costs and common complications. All medical content in iTriage is created by physicians and reviewed by Harvard Medical School.
Search for specific medications, possible side effects, usage instructions and overdose information.
Determine appropriate action
Find out if a trip to the ER is necessary, or if an urgent care center or retail clinic might be a more appropriate, and a more cost effective alternative. Learn what specialists are appropriate for your condition.
Locate and compare nearby care options
Find nearby hospital ER’s, physicians, urgent care centers, retail clinics, pharmacies, outpatient clinics and more. Check hospital ER wait times, sort physicians by distance or ratings, and see facilities and offices on maps.
Choose a medical provider
Check-in to ER’s and urgent care centers, set appointments, make phone calls, visit websites, and get turn-by-turn directions.
Manage your personal health
The iTriage app also features My iTriage, a place to store personal health information and retrieve it on-the-go.
- Access personal health records
- Store insurance information
- Save your preferred doctors and facilities
- Manage appointments
- Save medication and dosage information and even set refill reminders
- Save information about conditions
- Save information about tests and procedures
- Save money on medications with the iTriage pharmacy discount program
iTriage Overview Video
iTriage Saves a Life: Scott Tooker’s Story
iTriage Featured on CBS Evening News – November 24, 2012
The funniest news coverage of iTriage by CTV Morning Live in Ottawa
The iTriage app is available online or on your mobile device
Check symptoms, find nearby care, see ER wait times, set appointments and much more…