A Stanford University study discovered that people get annoyed if their phone takes more than 1.6 seconds to start working after unlocking it.
The idea for Q1.6 was born.
Because this essentially means that you have 1.6 seconds to interact with users without being perceived as intrusive. We decided to start asking patients 1 simple question every once in a while. Simple, short, and non-intrusive.
10 years later, our app has a patient response rate of over 90%. This is nearly unprecedented.
As a result of these high response rates, we have helped hospitals and pharmaceutical companies gather important patient data, and we have helped patients with their treatments.
We are committed to keep improving patients’ health outcomes through careful patient interaction with custom questionnaires, and we strive to improve our system with every project.
By amplifying patients’ voices, we support our partners and medical professionals to improve the approach to healthcare and their patients’ well-being.
At Q1.6, we specialize in crafting innovative patient dialogue systems that set a new standard: achieving an impressive 90% questionnaire compliance ratio.
Our dedicated team aims to enhance patients’ health outcomes by assisting as many patients as possible and providing valuable data to empower healthcare professionals. By redefining how patients interact remotely with their healthcare providers, we establish meaningful and convenient connections. We focus on developing innovative strategies and technologies that prioritize patient privacy and minimize disruptions to their daily lives.
Bob oversees our mobile and web development roadmap, ensuring a smooth and non-intrusive experience for all patients. In previous roles, Bob has designed IT and software infrastructure for a multi-million business.