Anyone with a computer and an Internet connection can use the web-based version of
Avva Advocate, called Avva Ask. It works in quite the same way as Avva Advocate – it will help you make
a list of questions for your doctor, showing you suggested questions from other
patients just like you.
At the end of the process, you'll have two options for bringing your list of questions
into the visit. You can print out a paper copy of your list, and bring that with you.
Or, we can email you a link that you can use to access an electronic version of your
list online. That way, you can bring a laptop, tablet, or smartphone into the visit
and access your list to save typed answers. You'll need Internet access in your doctor's
office to access the list.
Avva Ask is also completely free, and does not require you
to sign up for an account or provide any personally identifiable information.