Oshi Health is the first all-in-one mobile app where you can Track, Learn, and Ask about inflammatory bowel disease.

We created the Oshi IBD Tracking App because every person with inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) is different. Keeping track of lifestyle factors that may affect your IBD symptoms and wellness—and finding reliable information about the disease—is super-important, but it’s NOT easy. That’s where Oshi comes in!

The Oshi app is built on a foundation of scientific studies that incorporate digital innovations in IBD care.

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Oshi Health is the first all-in-one mobile app where you can Track, Learn, and Ask about inflammatory bowel disease.

We created the Oshi IBD Tracking App because every person with inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) is different. Keeping track of lifestyle factors that may affect your IBD symptoms and wellness—and finding reliable information about the disease—is super-important, but it’s NOT easy. That’s where Oshi comes in!

The Oshi app is built on a foundation of scientific studies that incorporate digital innovations in IBD care.

Download Now

TRACK

Oshi, the IBD Tracking App, helps you uncover hidden patterns to allow you to figure out what triggers your flares. Add your symptoms and actions to Oshi, plus automatically import data from popular fitness devices. Oshi also collects information about your disease severity and progression by asking you to complete either the Harvey-Bradshaw Index (HBI) score for Crohn’s disease, or the partial Mayo score for ulcerative colitis.

Patient Inputs for the Partial Mayo Score

This score is used to measure disease severity and progression in people with ulcerative colitis. For this UC score, Oshi is measuring two specific patient-reported outcomes:

1. Stool frequency—based on the past three days.

    • Normal number of stools = 0
    • 1-2 stools more than normal = 1
    • 3-4 stools more than normal = 2
    • 5 or more stools more than normal = 3

2. Rectal bleeding—based on the past three days.

    • No blood seen = 0
    • Streaks of blood with stool less than half the time = 1
    • Obvious blood with stool most of the time = 2
    • Blood alone passed = 3

Oshi is not collecting information related to the Physician’s Global Assessment. That information will be collected by a doctor during an in-office visit.

TRACK

Oshi, the IBD Tracking App, helps you uncover hidden patterns to allow you to figure out what triggers your flares. Add your symptoms and actions to Oshi, plus automatically import data from popular fitness devices. Oshi also collects information about your disease severity and progression by asking you to complete either the Harvey-Bradshaw Index (HBI) score for Crohn’s disease, or the partial Mayo score for ulcerative colitis.

Patient Inputs for the Partial Mayo Score

This score is used to measure disease severity and progression in people with ulcerative colitis. For this UC score, Oshi is measuring two specific patient-reported outcomes:

1. Stool frequency—based on the past three days.

    • Normal number of stools = 0
    • 1-2 stools more than normal = 1
    • 3-4 stools more than normal = 2
    • 5 or more stools more than normal = 3

2. Rectal bleeding—based on the past three days.

    • No blood seen = 0
    • Streaks of blood with stool less than half the time = 1
    • Obvious blood with stool most of the time = 2
    • Blood alone passed = 3

Oshi is not collecting information related to the Physician’s Global Assessment. That information will be collected by a doctor during an in-office visit.

Patient Inputs for the Harvey Bradshaw Index Score

The HBI score is used to measure disease severity and progression in people with Crohn’s disease. For this score, Oshi is collecting three pieces of patient-reported information.

1. Patient’s well-being—from the previous day
(0 = very well, 1 = slightly below par, 2 = poor, 3 = very poor, 4 = terrible)

2. Patient’s abdominal pain—from the previous day
(0 = none, 1 = mild, 2 = moderate, 3 = severe)

3. The number of liquid or soft stools per day—from the previous day

(Score 1 per movement)

Oshi is not collecting information about whether or not you have an abdominal mass, nor are we collecting data about whether or not you have additional complications. Your doctor will collect this information themselves during an in-office visit.

Patient Inputs for the Harvey Bradshaw Index Score

The HBI score is used to measure disease severity and progression in people with Crohn’s disease. For this score, Oshi is collecting three pieces of patient-reported information.

1. Patient’s well-being—from the previous day
(0 = very well, 1 = slightly below par, 2 = poor, 3 = very poor, 4 = terrible)

2. Patient’s abdominal pain—from the previous day
(0 = none, 1 = mild, 2 = moderate, 3 = severe)

3. The number of liquid or soft stools per day—from the previous day

(Score 1 per movement)

Oshi is not collecting information about whether or not you have an abdominal mass, nor are we collecting data about whether or not you have additional complications. Your doctor will collect this information themselves during an in-office visit.

Why Are We Collecting These Patient-Reported Outcomes?

Even though the information we’re collecting for the HBI and pMayo scores are incomplete, it can still help you and your doctor by:

  • Providing an objective look into your disease activity and trends over time—which is a key piece of information that’s difficult to convey during time-crunched doctor’s appointments
  • Unlocking information about your disease activity that may help you better self-manage your condition (e.g., leading you to make lifestyle changes that could positively influence your symptoms)
  • Offering important data on whether or not your symptoms are worsening; which may lead you to schedule an appointment sooner

You should bring this data to your next doctor appointment and use it to start a conversation about the status of your health condition.

Why Are We Collecting These Patient-Reported Outcomes?

Even though the information we’re collecting for the HBI and pMayo scores are incomplete, it can still help you and your doctor by:

  • Providing an objective look into your disease activity and trends over time—which is a key piece of information that’s difficult to convey during time-crunched doctor’s appointments
  • Unlocking information about your disease activity that may help you better self-manage your condition (e.g., leading you to make lifestyle changes that could positively influence your symptoms)
  • Offering important data on whether or not your symptoms are worsening; which may lead you to schedule an appointment sooner

You should bring this data to your next doctor appointment and use it to start a conversation about the status of your health condition.

TRACK

Oshi, the IBD Tracking App, helps you uncover hidden patterns to allow you to figure out what triggers your flares. Add your symptoms and actions to Oshi, plus automatically import data from popular fitness devices. Oshi will then provide your own personalized Wellness and Symptom Scores for a comprehensive view of your well-being. Working with your doctor, Oshi can help you gain new insights for treating and managing your IBD.

Your Own Personalized Oshi Wellness Score
Everything you TRACK in Oshi matters—including the information you import from other devices and apps, like activity trackers. Oshi uses all that tracking data to calculate your own personalized Wellness Score.
This is the very first score of its kind for people with IBD. It actually has the power to help you uncover hidden patterns that might be triggering your flares. That’s why we’re so excited about this powerful tool that can help you live your best life with IBD!

TRACK

Oshi, the IBD Tracking App, helps you uncover hidden patterns to allow you to figure out what triggers your flares. Add your symptoms and actions to Oshi, plus automatically import data from popular fitness devices. Oshi will then provide your own personalized Wellness and Symptom Scores for a comprehensive view of your well-being. Working with your doctor, Oshi can help you gain new insights for treating and managing your IBD.

Your Own Personalized Oshi Wellness Score
Everything you TRACK in Oshi matters—including the information you import from other devices and apps, like activity trackers. Oshi uses all that tracking data to calculate your own personalized Wellness Score.

This is the very first score of its kind for people with IBD. It actually has the power to help you uncover hidden patterns that might be triggering your flares. That’s why we’re so excited about this powerful tool that can help you live your best life with IBD!

4 Factors Being Tracked

Your Wellness Score gets calculated in “real time.” So every time you enter more data (manually or via a connected device), your score automatically gets updated.

To calculate your Wellness Score, Oshi uses seven days’ worth of tracking input about your:

  • Stress
  • Diet
  • Sleep
  • Activity/Exercise

Oshi tracks these four categories because they’re the factors that people with IBD believe make the biggest difference when it comes to triggering IBD symptoms.

Naturally, the more you track, the more helpful Oshi can be. We recommend tracking every day, multiple times a day. (Oshi knows to use the latest data from each day when it’s calculating your Wellness Score.)

4 Factors Being Tracked

Your Wellness Score gets calculated in “real time.” So every time you enter more data (manually or via a connected device), your score automatically gets updated.

To calculate your Wellness Score, Oshi uses seven days’ worth of tracking input about your:

  • Stress
  • Diet
  • Sleep
  • Activity/Exercise

Oshi tracks these four categories because they’re the factors that people with IBD believe make the biggest difference when it comes to triggering IBD symptoms.

Naturally, the more you track, the more helpful Oshi can be. We recommend tracking every day, multiple times a day. (Oshi knows to use the latest data from each day when it’s calculating your Wellness Score.)

Understanding the Score

Each of the four categories that you track will contribute between 0 and 25 points toward your Wellness Score. When you add up the points for each category, you get your overall score, with the highest possible score being 100.

Some things you track will contribute positive points toward your Well-Being Score, like getting a good night’s sleep. Other actions will deduct points, like feeling really stressed.

Of course, we didn’t randomly assign points in Oshi. Instead, we worked with our team of physician-partners who are experts in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis).

Together, we came up with an optimal range for each area being tracked. For example: Getting a good night’s sleep will contribute 25 points toward your score. But getting an excessive amount of sleep will actually cause some points to be deducted from your score.

A Great Score

A Great score means your tracking inputs were in this range:

Stress: 0 to 33.Oshi’s unique sliding scale allows you to rate your stress level at any number between 0 and 100. As long as your stress level rating inputs are between 0 and 33, you’ll get a high score for Stress.

Diet: Nothing off-plan. You’ve told Oshi which foods you are avoiding, so as long as you actually do avoid all of those foods, you’ll get a high score for Diet.

Sleep: 7 to 8 hours. Oshi’s physician-partners recommend getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night.

Activity/Exercise: At least 300 calories burned. Numerous studies have concluded that we should try to burn 300 calories or more each day.

A Below Average Score

A Below Average score means your tracking inputs were in this range:

Stress: 67 to 100. Stress tends to be a trigger for IBD and a wide variety of other diseases, so Oshi will remind you that you’ve been really stressed.

Diet: More than 50% off-plan. You’ve been eating a whole lot of the foods you said you need to avoid, which probably means you aren’t feeling so great. This also makes it really hard to detect which of those foods could be triggering your symptoms.

Sleep: Less than 5 hours OR greater than 12 hours. According to Oshi’s physician-partners, sleeping too little—and also sleeping too much—can both be signs of trouble.

Activity/Exercise: Less than 100 calories burned. A sedentary lifestyle can impact symptoms.

Once again: The more you track, the more Oshi can help. So let’s work together to help you feel better!

Understanding the Score

Each of the four categories that you track will contribute between 0 and 25 points toward your Wellness Score. When you add up the points for each category, you get your overall score, with the highest possible score being 100.

Some things you track will contribute positive points toward your Well-Being Score, like getting a good night’s sleep. Other actions will deduct points, like feeling really stressed.

Of course, we didn’t randomly assign points in Oshi. Instead, we worked with our team of physician-partners who are experts in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis).

Together, we came up with an optimal range for each area being tracked. For example: Getting a good night’s sleep will contribute 25 points toward your score. But getting an excessive amount of sleep will actually cause some points to be deducted from your score.

A Great Score

A Great score means your tracking inputs were in this range:

Stress: 0 to 33. Oshi’s unique sliding scale allows you to rate your stress level at any number between 0 and 100. As long as your stress level rating inputs are between 0 and 33, you’ll get a high score for Stress.

Diet: Nothing off-plan. You’ve told Oshi which foods you are avoiding, so as long as you actually do avoid all of those foods, you’ll get a high score for Diet.

Sleep: 7 to 8 hours. Oshi’s physician-partners recommend getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night.

Activity/Exercise: At least 300 calories burned. Numerous studies have concluded that we should try to burn 300 calories or more each day.

A Below Average Score

A Below Average score means your tracking inputs were in this range:

Stress: 67 to 100. Stress tends to be a trigger for IBD and a wide variety of other diseases, so Oshi will remind you that you’ve been really stressed.

Diet: More than 50% off-plan. You’ve been eating a whole lot of the foods you said you need to avoid, which probably means you aren’t feeling so great. This also makes it really hard to detect which of those foods could be triggering your symptoms.

Sleep: Less than 5 hours OR greater than 12 hours. According to Oshi’s physician-partners, sleeping too little—and also sleeping too much—can both be signs of trouble.

Activity/Exercise: Less than 100 calories burned. A sedentary lifestyle can impact symptoms.

Once again: The more you track, the more Oshi can help. So let’s work together to help you feel better!

LEARN

Oshi includes a magazine’s worth of thoughtfully curated content personalized to your interests. You’ll discover information on emerging treatments and new discoveries, plus diet and nutrition advice with IBD-friendly recipes. You’ll also find inspiration from our team of patient-advocates sharing insights from every stage of their personal journeys. Read a sampling of recent articles in Oshi.

LEARN

Oshi includes a magazine’s worth of thoughtfully curated content personalized to your interests. You’ll discover information on emerging treatments and new discoveries, plus diet and nutrition advice with IBD-friendly recipes. You’ll also find inspiration from our team of patient-advocates sharing insights from every stage of their personal journeys. Read a sampling of recent articles in Oshi.

ASK

Have a question about anything from symptoms to supplements?

Our gastroenterologists and health professionals provide answers and address your IBD concerns. Oshi experts also share tips, from choosing the right doctor to improving your chances of remission.

ASK

Have a question about anything from symptoms to supplements?

Our gastroenterologists and health professionals provide answers and address your IBD concerns. Oshi experts also share tips, from choosing the right doctor to improving your chances of remission.

Our goal is to provide you with the best-available digital platform to help you manage and control IBD. We are always working to improve Oshi, and we want to hear from you!

Please contact us with comments or suggestions.

Oshi is available for download on the Apple App Store or Android Google Play.

Our goal is to provide you with the best-available digital platform to help you manage and control IBD. We are always working to improve Oshi, and we want to hear from you!

Please contact us with comments or suggestions.

Oshi is available for download on the Apple App Store or Android Google Play.