Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes (ePRO) are increasingly playing a crucial part in assessing the patient's experience within the health care system. Evidences suggest that the use of ePRO data will enhance symptom management and improve patient outcomes. Patient reported data plays a vital role in the monitoring the progress of the Patients over time and to provide customised recommendations.

With new technologies, patients can easily complete forms and questionnaires through easy to use web interfaces that allow for efficient and accurate data collection.ePRO offers a number of benefits compared to paper based data collection, including

  • Higher patient compliance
  • Better data quality and accuracy of study results
  • Reduction in missing data, data errors

Since the data can be entered in realtime at the time of an event, memory recall is reduced or eliminated. ePRO is gaining importance among Patient groups in managing chronic diseases such as Alzheimers, Multiple Scelerosis, Autism, Chronic Kidney Disease, depression, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Beta Thalassemia and Parkinson's syndrome - just to mention a few.


  • Symptom Tracker

    Symptom Tracker

    Symptoms/Observations that needs to be tracked on a periodic basis can be shared with patients. They will be notified or prompted to record observations for effective tracking.

  • Patient Group Announcements

    Announcements, Notifications and Reminders

    Push patient group level announcements, Share curated health articles and Send reminders for regular health visits and lab tests to patients.

  • Monitoring Dashboard

    Monitoring Dashboards

    Patient Group Admin will be able to monitor the progress of individual patients and share customized recommendations from the care team. Reports can be generated across patients for a specific parameter.

  • Connected Labs

    Connected Labs and Pharmacies

    Schedule regular lab tests with connected labs at Patient's convenience, and deliver their medications at home.

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