3.5 Does Ada include specialty content?
Our Medical Knowledge Team consists of doctors from various specialties to ensure wide clinical coverage. We have worked hard to ensure that Ada covers a range of conditions for all service users and covers almost 30 specialty areas, including cardiology, dermatology, emergency medicine, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, immunology, nephrology, neurology, surgery, and tropical medicine to name a few.
We include infectious diseases and several hundred rare diseases, but we also cover several highly important areas that are often not available in other suppliers technologies, including pediatric, mental health, and obstetric and gynecological related conditions:
- Pediatrics: We cover a wide range of common pediatric conditions including all specialist areas, such as infectious diseases and several hundred rare pediatric diseases. Our solutions meet the recommendations of multiple best practice guidelines and clinical protocols. Children aged 16 and above can use Ada themselves to complete symptom assessments independently. We also offer the opportunity for users to create secondary profiles to allow users (parents or guardians) to consult with Ada on behalf of children of any age. We have partnered with a number of foundations and academic institutions to regularly enhance our pediatric medical knowledge.
- Mental health: We cover a wide range of mental health conditions and Ada can differentiate between thousands of related symptoms. For example, for depression, we go beyond the PHQ-9 questions to not only rule in/out depression but also to determine what the underlying cause of a user’s low mood is. We also incorporate other clinically-validated mental health-related questionnaires to ensure we don’t miss any important questions.
- Obstetrics and gynecology: We cover important conditions such as pregnancy and labor and complications such as miscarriage, ectopic pregnancies, preeclampsia, and many others. Common problems such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis are also covered. In addition, we also cover cancers affecting the breast, uterus, ovaries, and cervix. In addition, as well as infections such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and rare diseases such as Asherman’s Syndrome.
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