Answers to your top q’s about all things Tia Care from the App to the Clinic. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Shoot us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org :)
The first Tia Clinic is opening in January 2019. Be sure to reserve your spot as a Founding Clinic Member here!
The first Tia Clinic is located in Flatiron — a hop, skip & a jump from Madison Square Park!
Yes! We plan to be “in-network” with the following insurance companies:
#TiaTranslation: this means that if you are insured by one of these insurance companies, many services at the Tia Clinic (like your annual well-woman exam) will be covered. For more info on your exact coverage, copays and deductibles, give your insurance company a ring!
Yes, Tia Clinic plans to accept Medicaid for gynecological and primary care services. Membership fees for low-income and vulnerable populations are available. If you are a low-income patient interested in joining the Tia Clinic, please email email@example.com for more info.
The Tia Clinic is a “one-stop-shop” for female health with gynecology, primary care and wellness under one roof and one health record. That means you can come to the Tia Clinic for your annual well-woman exam, IUD insertions, and fertility testing — as well as things like strep throat, a flu shot, and even acupuncture!
Nope! You can use the Tia Clinic for all your gynecology and primary care needs. Because it’s hard enough to get to ONE doctor’s office. Why should we have to juggle 2+ doctors, locations, health records etc?
Going out the gate, Tia will offer naturopathy and acupuncture, and plan to expand our wellness service offering over time. Have a request or know a top-notch wellness practitioner passionate about female health? Send us a note to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your membership to the Tia Clinic is a technology service and community activation fee. It covers things like:
The Tia Clinic is “powered by” the Tia App, which includes a comprehensive health and wellness tracker, personalized answers to your top health questions, and a digital health record you control. If you track your cycle, health & wellness with the Tia app, you can share this data with your Tia Care team. No more questions like “when did your last period start?” or “how bad, exactly, are your migraines” again!
We will also be rolling out additional features to the Tia App that include:
Yes! We have plans to bring the Tia Clinic to cities across the United States. To help us choose our second location, sign up here.
Nope! The Tia app is a 100% free for all users. No hidden fees or paywalls. Just download the app on the App Store to get started.
Yup! We believe that everyone deserves access to tools and information that empower them to be their own patient advocate. Whether or not you come to the Tia Clinic for care, give our app a go!
Yes. Tia is, in fact, a bot! While technically “machine-powered,” Tia is carefully designed, crafted, and made with love by real humans — doctors, data scientists, engineers, designers and writers. And get this: the more you chat with her, the smarter she gets!
No, the Tia bot does NOT provide medical guidance. The content in the app is for informational purposes only. The TIa app is designed to help support the health related choices that you make. These choices are yours and may require the advice of a health care provider. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment or recommendation regarding medication. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on the Tia app!
Behind Tia’s sassy tone and emoji-heavy communication is a team of expert women’s health practitioners that work behind the scenes to create, curate and vet the content in the Tia app. All #TiaTalks and cycle insights cite the latest and greatest medical research and protocols from best-in-class sources and organizations including the CDC, American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Planned Parenthood, Bedsider.org. and more.
You can read more about our Medical Advisors here! If you’re interested in joining our Medical Advisory board, contributing research, or creating first-in-class content for the Tia platform, shoot us a note at email@example.com.
Today, Tia can answer top asked questions pertaining to female sexual and reproductive health and wellness. If you ask a question outside our knowledge area of expertise, we will inform you that your question is currently outside Tia’s wheelhouse, though the more you chat with Tia, the better she gets at answering questions for you and everyone else… so ask away! 🚀
We are continually working to expand Tia’s capacity to provide personalized, evidence-based answers to a wide range of women’s healthcare topics. If there’s a question/topic that you think Tia should become an expert in, and isn’t yet, shoot us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tia’s provider recommendations are primarily powered by Amino, an innovative healthcare partner that’s a pro at helping patients find the right care at the right price. Tia has no affiliation and does not endorse any healthcare providers recommended by Amino.
If you do not have insurance, Tia will recommend a health clinic to you using Bedsider’s Clinic Finder.
No. Tia is a non-partisan, privately-owned company. We do not have any explicit ties to any political party or organization. Any opinions expressed by the company are independent of those held by employees. Any opinions expressed by employees are independent of the company.
Tia is for all people. We aim to cultivate a community that’s inclusive and respective of all gender identities and sexualities. Today, our core competency lies in providing health information to people with female anatomy — no matter what you look like, what gender you identify with, or who you love. We are on a mission to continually expand our expertise to better serve the diverse needs of all identities and anatomies. If you have any suggestions for how we can make this space more affirming to your identity and experiences, don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. Our product and our community are a perpetual evolution.
Yay! We love hearing from anyone with a shared vision for improving women’s healthcare, and ideas to improve our product offering. Please feel free to send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org with any ideas, questions, feedback or just a friendly hello 👋 and we’ll get back to you!
If you’re interested in working for Tia, you can read about our latest and greatest job openings here or email email@example.com.
Yes. Every user has an account with Tia created through your phone number. No usernames; no emails; no passwords to remember; just your phone number. You can enter your phone number to “sign in” through the Tia chat or through settings. After typing in your phone number, Tia sends you a secure, one-time password to your phone number to securely sign in to your account.
Yes. You can sign into your account on another device. However, your one-time-password will be sent to the device attached to your phone number.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a request to delete your account and we’ll take care of it on our side!
We never share or sell any user information without your consent. Tia will always ask your permission before sharing any information with a 3rd party partner.
I am sorry to hear that. Getting locked out of your accounts = 😡. If you signed out of the app and cannot sign back in, one of these situations may apply:
It’s possible that you entered the wrong phone number. Tia is patient with typos -- check back in your conversation history to see if that’s the case. If so, you can tell Tia you’ve entered the wrong phone number.
If you’re not getting your one-time secret code needed to log in, there could be a couple of issues. First, the code will be sent to the phone number that is attached to your account, or the number you use to login. If you’re using a different device to login in that is not associated with your phone number, the code will still go to the device attached to your phone number. Make sure to have that with you in order to receive the code!
Your Tia account is tied to your phone number. To log in, we send a secure, one-time password to that phone number. If that phone number is no longer active, you won’t be able to get your password sent to you. If you’d like to update the phone number associated with your account, send us a holla at email@example.com and we can take care of it on our side!
Unfortunately, right now we’re not well equipped to handle foreign numbers. If you logout of your account that uses a foreign number, you’ll not be able to log back in. In order to recover your account, try deleting the Tia app, reinstalling it and then going through the registration flow again. You can still use your foreign number, and Tia will still remember you!
If Tia appears “frozen” (e.g. no new messages are showing up in your chat), try force quitting the Tia app. To force quit an app, double click the “home” button on your phone. You will see an array of the apps you have open. Swipe up against Tia to quit (you should see the app disappear from your screen). Then, navigate back to the Tia chicklet to restart Tia.
If none of these solutions apply to you, have no fear! You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you sorted.
Tia adheres to the requirements specified in the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). As a result of COPPA, we cannot collect personal information online from a user under 13 years of age. In the future, we hope to be able to serve users’ of all ages while staying compliant with regulations.
We are not optimized to support iPad at this time.
Yes! Tia is available in all English-speaking countries.
No, every user needs their own account. Because we offer personalized recommendations, and because we prize privacy, we do not offer account sharing.
In this current incarnation, Tia does not facilitate sharing information with doctors, but are working on bringing these capabilities to the Tia app in the near future! If you have thoughts on how you’d like this to work, we’re all ears! In the interim, we encourage you to talk to your doctor about the information that Tia provides you.
Currently, you cannot import data from another app into Tia. In the future, we hope to support integrations that allow you import data from outside sources. If you think that sounds really cool or are interested in a partnership, let’s chat! Continue using Tia and send us your feedback to email@example.com
No, Tia is not available on Android devices at this time. We plan to release an Android version of the Tia app in the near future.