Frequently Asked Questions

Our FAQs include what Gali is, how to get the app and what happens to your data. Also check out our users’ testimonials!

What is Gali?

Gali is an AI-based personal health assistant app helping people with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) proactively manage their condition. Gali gathers knowledge from daily interactions and health monitors to tailor support and information to your specific IBD experience. That means Gali is 100% unique to you!

Whom is the Gali app for?

Right now Gali is focused on supporting adults ages 18+ who live with IBD. Much of the information Gali provides may be useful for caregivers as well, but her primary audience are those living with the condition. Gali is currently not able to support children under the age of 18 or significant others to those with IBD.

What are the benefits of using Gali?

The benefits of using Gali extend beyond keeping track of your daily physical symptoms and ensuring that you take your medications. Gali crowdsources information about all facets of your condition and delivers vetted content to you in a personalized way whenever you need it. People with IBD will benefit from her analytical skills, research capabilities and emotional support. By offering personalized health and treatment monitors she analyzes the information you give her to provide you with practical health reports, so you can proactively track your unique patterns and adjust your habits to improve your health. Gali also engages you in the larger IBD community, so you don’t feel alone in your health journey.

How old do I have to be to use the Gali app?

The Gali app is for adults ages 18 and over.

Do I have to pay for it?

No, it’s free for all users!

When and how can I get the app?

Gali will be gradually released in several stages over the summer of 2019. You can request access to Gali by joining our waitlist. After you sign up for the waitlist, we will contact you when Gali is ready for you to download and start using. We plan to make the app freely available to the general public in the fall of 2019.

What does Gali do with my data?

Information about your health is extremely important to help Gali personalize your IBD support. We take privacy very seriously, so please rest assured that your personal information is safe and secure and Gali Health will not share any personally-identifiable information with anyone. Large aggregates of anonymized user data will be utilized in personalized medicine programs and partnerships with pharma to advance medical discovery and treatment options for the IBD community.

Does Gali provide medical advice or recommend treatment options?

Gali does not provide medical or professional advice. The content and information found in the Gali app are for informational purposes only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent IBD or another disease. We encourage you to review this information carefully with your professional healthcare provider. Gali’s support is not intended to replace professional advice or medical advice offered by a physician or other professional healthcare provider. You should never disregard a doctor’s professional advice or cancel an appointment with a doctor because you are relying on information you have received through the Gali app. You should not construe Gali’s publication of any content as an endorsement by Gali Health staff. Gali Health is not responsible for any health problems that may result from information or support you receive through using the Gali app. For more information, please consult our Terms of Service.

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