Give your patients better care

Organizations that trust Promptly
  • Hospital universitário de Coimbra
  • Hospital Santo António
  • Servicio Murciano de Salud
  • Hospital São João
  • Faculdade de medicina da universidade de São Paulo
  • Hospital Santa Maria

Using Promptly in your organization

You can use Promptly to track your patients’ outcomes. We provide you with a care navigation module for your nurses and care managers, that allows them to track patient data in real time, communicate with patients and coordinate their care throughout their disease progress.

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Your digital care platform for helping you improve the outcomes of your patients

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Measuring Patient-reported outcomes

From time to time, we will remind patients to answer their condition-specific Patient-reported outcome measurements, PROMs. This data will be made available to your care team to help them understand how your patients are evolving.

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AI-based care notifications

We use predictive analytics for generating alerts for your care managers. This may help them prevent patients from deteriorating and resorting to ED or readmitting.

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Integration with EMR

We are not an EMR, but we can “easily” be integrated with your current systems. We use a modular (API) interface and standardized communication and semantic protocols for facilitating communication of data. We do not promote data silos.

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Benchmarking your outcomes

We follow the work of international standardization organizations for providing rich benchmarking insights about your work. You may also incorporate new questions from our library and compare to other organizations in new domains.

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Excel on value-based agreements

Use our analytics portal for anticipating your performance and rolling-out new agreements with a fully parametrizable digital solution.

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