20 to 40% of the population suffers from allergies. To seek treatment, patients generally have to go through an emergency department, a GP and/or a GP. This process can take months, from reaction to consultation. What's more, paper allergy passports are expensive, cumbersome, difficult to trace, sometimes illegible and often forgotten by the person concerned.
Allerpass offers a digital allergy passport for monitoring and teaching patients about severe allergies. Allergy sufferers benefit from better care and health monitoring, and doctors save consultation time by having all the information they need to treat their patients properly.
📆 Autumn 2022 cohort