Promptly is for patients that want to understand and anticipate how they will feel after each treatment, medication or surgery, and that want to be part of a community of fellow patients that relate to their symptoms and share their fears, expectations and health outcomes.I want to know more
From time to time, we will send you medical questionnaires built for patients to answer, known as patient-reported outcome measurements (PROMs).
They are simple, easy to fill-out and tailored to each medical condition. This data will help you understand how your treatment is progressing.
We will also share this information with your doctors and care teams. You can use Promptly to give feedback on how you are recovering and help them in improving their care to you and to their other patients.
We will provide you with educational content created by your care providers in a smart way, that is, based on the answers you give. You may be about to have surgery and need to understand what your recovery will be like. Or you may be starting insulin for your diabetes and need to understand how to do it.
You share how you feel after each treatment…
We look at this data and compare it with millions of other patients…
…and look for ways on how to improve the way you are treated…
…we then go and share with the medical community what we learned from you…
…so they can treat you and all patients like you better every day.
And remember… The data you share will always be confidential and totally secured.
This means that you can manage who can see your data and for which diseases, what to share with which purpose, and for how long. It also means that you can ask for all your data, shut your Promptly account down whenever you want, ask all your data to be erased. Promptly is yours, for you to use.
We share your data with your hospitals to help them manage your care better, and they pay us a fee for using Promptly.
We also take some of the information you share, make it anonymous and make it available to our partners. These are companies that want to improve their healthcare products (for instance, pharma companies that want to know how good their medication is for treating a certain disease) or health systems that want to use this information for managing their hospitals.
All information we provide them is aggregated and anonymized, which means that nobody is able to know you shared that information.