Noga Leviner, who is diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, searched for a way to manage her records but she said most software tools for records management have been built for hospitals and doctors, and anything built for patients has to be done through manual entry. She was frustrated.

Taking matters into her own hands, Leviner co-founded PicnicHealth, a Y Combinator backed startup based in San Francisco. PicnicHealth makes it easy for people to deal with their medical records, and the service’s target demographic are cancer patients or people taking care of elderly patients.

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