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Designed to Empower Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Persons & Your Caregiver

We want to help you tell your story, track your symptoms, provide education about clinical trials, and share treatment options.

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Welcome to
Power of Patients®

A Healthcare Portal For Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Data

We understand that managing your health and advocating for your outcomes can be overwhelming, but with our digital health patient-led innovation and resources, we aim to put control back in your hands. Power of Patients is a digital health tech company designing resources to give you the framework you need to better track your data (such as symptoms and triggers), have more control over your health and healing, empower you so you can advocate for better healthcare.

Why is Traumatic Brain Injury Data So Important?

TBIs are serious and affect tens of millions of people worldwide. They occur when there is a sudden trauma to the head, such as a bump or blow, that disrupts the normal functioning of the brain. Depending on the severity of the injury, TBI can result in a range of symptoms, including headaches, dizziness, difficulty thinking, memory loss, seizures, and changes in mood or behavior. In some cases, TBI can be life-threatening or result in long-term disabilities. The effects can be devastating and long-lasting, impacting cognitive, physical, and emotional functions, seriously impacting the person’s daily life in every aspect. TBIs can affect anyone, from athletes to veterans; grandparents to babies, everyday people going about their daily lives, regardless of age or background. They can be caused by a variety of factors, including falls, car accidents, assaults, and sports-related injuries. Click here for more information about TBI.


Here are some FACTS, not beliefs about TBI:

1.5M new cases of head injury happen every year

5.6M live with this chronic condition, and cases are growing

FALLS cause the majority of head injuries. Children (0-4) Seniors (65+) have the highest rate of TBIs

57% of cases are missed at the ER

CAT scans and MRIs miss 90% of injuries

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Our Solution:
Meet Sallie™

Our 24/7 Virtual Therapy Dog

We offer patients and caregivers access to a 24/7 virtual therapy dog named Sallie™, who guides patients in their recovery from a brain injury, by tracking brain injury symptoms and triggers. Sallie™ is a private HIPAA, GDPR, CCA, EU secured platform where patients create their own personalized dashboard. Sallie™ guides patients in their recovery from a brain injury by tracking symptoms and triggers. This personalized approach to TBI management is a game-changer driving personalized, value-based care, and we are proud to be at the forefront of this movement.


With this simple and easy-to-use tool for tracking symptoms and triggers, patients and caregivers can better understand the impact of their brain injury on their daily life and identify areas where they can make improvements. This can lead to better health outcomes, improved quality of life, and a sense of empowerment to take control of their health, and speed up the recovery process.

We have trained Sallie™ to help other patients with brain-related needs. Sallie™ works with stroke, dementia and other neurological conditions and acquired brain injuries. We plan to continue our expansion into other chronic conditions.

About Us

How Does Sallie™ & Power of Patients® Work Beyond Individual Patient Use?

Why track your data on a digital platform?

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You can access your portal easily wherever you have internet access, meaning you don’t have to keep track of a single notebook or worry about forgetting to pack it for all of your appointments. Your data is at your fingertips, so you can review it or enter new data at any time. We understand that the healthcare industry can be complex and overwhelming, but we are here to simplify things and put control back in your hands.

By having this data recorded digitally, you can also give your medical team 24/7 access to seeing the data. (Note: only members of your medical team that you invite to share your data will be able to do this.) The beauty of our model is that patients are at the center of it all. You can invite any and all of your providers to view your data, creating a hub-and-spoke design that empowers patients and providers alike. And Sallie™ is there every step of the way, BARKING at providers to alert them when patients are getting worse and FETCHING data and patients for the advancement of research.


Get Started Today!

Join Our Digital Health Tech Community & Portal

Take charge of your health & advocate for your outcomes!

By tracking your own data, you can help yourself, contribute to the wider audience of researchers and the medical community studying traumatic brain injuries, and even help save lives. Personalized data can help doctors with value-based care, but more importantly, it can improve your outcomes and quality of life.

Our platform offers more than just tracking tools for patients and caregivers. Additionally, you will be providing data (anonymously) to the world of TBI research, which isn’t possible with a pen-and-paper data collecting system. We are also building a unique data warehouse of patient-reported symptom and trigger data that can be used by researchers, policymakers, and industry professionals to design targeted clinical trials, fund services where patients need them most, and recruit appropriate patients for clinical trials.


To explain the level of personalization we provide, we have discovered over 1,000 unique, new symptoms through our patient-led portal, and we have just begun to mathematically score the impact of your injury, in other words, we can compute just how bad that “bump on your head really is”. With these discoveries and more on the horizon, we will be able to shift the mindset of the public to better understand the impact TBI has upon the lives of TBI patients and their families ultimately benefiting patients and the medical community alike.

To get started, find the page that most closely describes your relationship to TBI:

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