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Headache syndrome

Provide the right information at the right time to the right patient. And signal deterioration of the patients situation in time.

How does it work?:

Patients with headache syndrome are referred by the general practitioner or another medical specialist to the headache clinic. After the referral, the patient is via the Luscii app provided with information about chronic pain complaints and how to deal with them. During the first consultation, the patient will be diagnosed, for example episodic migraine, chronic migraine or other chronic headache. From that moment on, the patient receives specific information via the app to help deal with the headache complaints (s)he is experiencing. The patient thus gets a better grip on the treatment, which may improve the prognosis for the patient. The patient is monitored and if the situation deteriorates, any intervention can be initiated earlier.

What is the aim of the program?
  • Saves time because information is provided by the app in stead of by the health care professional
  • Improves health outcomes since intervention can be done more accurate and earlier remotely
  • Less outpatient clinic visits and less absenteeism at work
  • Improves experience because patients have direct access to all the information they need

Developed by

Geert Sulter
Natasja Cornelissen
Pain consultent
Jessica Kes
Physician Assistent Neurology
Target audience
Patients with headache syndrome
In use since
June 2021
Designed by


Urology - Recognition complaints


Hospitals using the program

Reviews from patients and medical professional

SAFE@Home Corona
Hedy Brouwers


This program has recently started and the first experiences are still being collected

four star


Questionnaire c
Manon de Bakker


Awareness among patients

Patients get quicker insight in their own health situation and it creates awareness.


Questionnaire palpitations  (chronic AF)
Chris West


Intervene at the right moment

Intercepting deviating values and be able to (quicker) anticipate.



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