From the founder: Why I'm Building JupiterDX
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Manage your Long COVID.

Monitor your energy, track symptoms, and receive tailored insights on managing your Long Covid or ME/CFS. By integrating with Apple Health, Strava, and 100+ other wearables, we're building the most complete Long COVID care platform.

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A platform tailor made for Long COVID

It's estimated that 7.5% of US citizens have some kind of post-COVID condition. Long COVID has caused an estimated $386 billion dollars in economic loss.

We're currently developing our app. Here are some of the things you can expect to see:

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Track your symptoms, and take detailed daily notes

Jupiter let's you track any symptom, or occurrence of your condition, that you see fit. Take daily notes that you can go back to later.

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Correlate your health data and your symptoms

Jupiter integrates with Apple Health, Strava, Garmin, Polar, and hundreds of wearables. Our app lets you compare your symptoms, and notes, to your real-time health data.

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Monitor your energy with pace guidance

When it comes to managing Long COVID, pacing is key. Jupiter automatically notifies you if you're over-exerting yourself, and lets you set daily boundaries.

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Track medications and supplements

Track the medications and supplements that you're currently taking. Correlate medications and treatments with your symptoms to find out what's working.

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Total data security

Health data is incredibly sensitive. We use state-of-the-art encryption to ensure the data you share with us stays safe.

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...and so much more

We're is just getting started. Our roadmap includes integrating health records, navigating providers and specialists, and connecting with other long-haulers, all from inside our app.

Meet the team

A message from the founders

For Alex, healthcare was always personal. From experiences as a patient, to a care provider in physical therapy, to working at a leading COVID testing startup, Alex has seen firsthand both the good and the bad of the healthcare system. While studying economics at Northwestern, he found a passion for exploring the complexities of chronic care management. With Jupiter, Alex's goal is simple; leverage technology to advance the way we observe, analyze, and treat patients with chronic illnesses.

Mason, co-founder and CTO (left), has extensive software development experience and a background in developing healthcare technologies. He was the first intern, and the third engineering hire at Flexpa, recently named one of the US's most promising health startups. Before Flexpa, he was the first software engineer at Brinc Drones where he lead their web development. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from Northwestern University. At Jupiter, he hopes to build tools that make tangible impacts on those who struggle to manage their health.

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Our team

Our co-founders have built and shipped health products in the past.

Mason Secky-Koebel
CTO

Mason was the first intern, and the third engineering hire at Flexpa, recently named one of the US's most promising health startups. Before Flexpa, he was the first software engineer at Brinc. He has a CS degree from Northwestern.

Mason Secky-Koebel
CTO

Mason was the first intern, and the third engineering hire at Flexpa, recently named one of the US's most promising health startups. Before Flexpa, he was the first software engineer at Brinc. He has a CS degree from Northwestern.

Mason Secky-Koebel
CTO

Mason was the first intern, and the third engineering hire at Flexpa, recently named one of the US's most promising health startups. Before Flexpa, he was the first software engineer at Brinc. He has a CS degree from Northwestern.

FAQs

Some common questions that we get.

For other inquiries, you can reach us at our contact page:

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Who is Jupiter for?

Jupiter is meant for anyone who is struggling with managing chronic illnesses. We're initially building offerings to help patients with Long COVID, ME/CFS, POTS, and other post-viral illnesses. Features such as crash management, energy tracking, and heart rate monitoring will be front and center in our app, launching March 2023.

Where can I access Jupiter?

We're building Jupiter as fast as we can. We expect to begin testing with a select group of early adopters by early February. If you're interested in getting early access, you can sign up for our waitlist.

How can I stay notified of new features?

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Manage your Long COVID. Finally.

Jupiter is the complete long COVID care platform. Integrate hundreds of wearables, record your symptoms, and find patterns.

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