Cara Care for Doctors
A digital solution for evidence-based, holistic IBS care. Doctors in Germany can prescribe it to their patients.
Overview
What is Cara Care for IBS?
Digital support for your IBS patients.
Basics

Cara Care for IBS is a CE-certified class 1 medical device offering digital support for people who have IBS.

12-Week Program

Cara Care for IBS combines dietary intervention, mental health programs, GI drug management, and exercise therapy in an easy-to-use mobile application.

App auf Rezept

Doctors in Germany can prescribe Cara Care for IBS to their patients in accordance with the Digital Health Act (DVG) from Winter 2021.

Science

Cara Care for IBS is based on the latest guidelines for IBS management and developed by a team of doctors and medical advisors in gastroenterology.

Active ingredients
  • Low-FODMAP diet
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy principles
  • Gut-directed hypnosis
At a glance
Care principles
Our digital IBS therapy is based on 5 care principles.

Tracking food, symptoms, and medical data (1)

Dietary change (2)

Education (3)

Behavioral change (4)

Audio-guided hypnosis (5)

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Prescription
How to prescribe Cara Care in Germany
4 simple steps.
Patients
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Use your normal prescription system.
Search
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Search for the keyword CARACARE.
Prescription
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Give your patient the prescription. Ask him/her to go to our website, cara.care. Prescribing the Cara Care digital health application is an extrabudgetary service.
Reimbursement
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We help the patient get reimbursed and start their customized program.
Flyers
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Ergebnisse
Our outcomes
We’ve published first results that indicate the effectiveness of our tailored programs.
Outcomes1
45.4%
Overall symptom reduction in 100 days
Outcomes2
22%
Improvement in quality of life
Outcomes3
78.8%
Show a clinically significant improvement of their symptoms
View the Paper (German)
Advantages
Advantages of prescribing Cara Care for IBS
Enhance the patient-physician relationship.
Advantages1
Easily accessible to patients
With a 78.8% treatment success rate (6)
Advantages2
Saves time at office visits
Using validated questionnaires, we record the disease-related symptom severity and quality of life and their development in the course of therapy. The results can be presented to you in the form of a data export from your patient.
Advantages3
Expands IBS management toolkit
Cara Care adds guideline-recommended nutrition, mental health, and exercise therapies to your patient’s plan.
Safety
We meet the highest standards for digital healthcare.
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CE-certified
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GDPR compliant
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Transferred encrypted health data
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Healthcare Made in Germany
Physician testimonials

Reduced quality of life and work impairment is a substantial problem in patients suffering with IBS. Somatic symptoms combined with psychological factors influence patients’ ability to be present, active and productive at work. Cara Care’s multidimensional innovative treatment approach is a convenient and effective method of treating patients with IBS.

Professor Anthony Lembo M.D.

Cara Care Scientific Advisory Board and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Your questions, answered
When can I prescribe Cara Care for IBS?
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Cara Care for IBS will be prescribable starting in Winter 2021. Check back for details.

Which patients should use Cara Care for IBS?
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