Use standardized, scientifically-grounded outcomes sets

Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs)

Physiological and biochemical data cannot give all the information about the disease progression or treatment effectiveness; some data can only be obtained from the patient perspective. Also, for most diseases, survival is no longer the ultimate goal; several domains of quality of life, from the patient perspective, play nowadays an increasingly important role for delivering care.

By using Promptly, you will be able to follow-up on your patients’ quality of life and improve your clinical practice by using data reported directly by your patients.

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We rely on the work of international standardization organizations

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Evidence for tracking patient-reported outcomes

There is already strong evidence of better patient-provider communication, increased patient satisfaction, improved monitoring of treatment response and detection of unrecognized problems.

Evidence on the impact on outcomes is still growing; a recent RCT published on JAMA showed an association between the integration of PROMs into the routine care of patients and increased survival of cancer patients

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Outcomes Standardization

We rely on the work of international standardization organizations such as the International Consortium of Health Outcomes Measurement - ICHOM, the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System – PROMIS, the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research – ISPOR, the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership – OMOP, and others.

By using this approach, we maximize the insights we can provide to you and your care team. Yet, this does not mean we cannot change our outcomes: if you have any idea on how we can improve our work, please let us know.

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Available standard sets on Promptly

Atrial ficrillation Standard set
Atrial fibrillation
Diabetes Standard set
Diabetes
Paediatric facial palsy Standard set
Paediatric facial palsy
Congenital upper limp anomalies Standard set
Congenital upper limp anomalies
Inflammatory arthritis Standard set
Inflammatory arthritis
Hypertension in low and middle Standard set
Hypertension in low and middle…
Chronic kidney disease Standard set
Chronic kidney disease
Pregnancy and childbirth Standard set
Pregnancy and childbirth
Inflammatory bowel disease Standard set
Inflammatory bowel disease
Overactive bladder Standard set
Overactive bladder
Colorectal cancer Standard set
Colorectal cancer
Breast cancer Standard set
Breast cancer
Hearth failure Standard set
Hearth failure
Older person Standard set
Older person
Craniofacial microsomia Standard set
Craniofacial microsomia
Dementia Standard set
Dementia
Coronary artery disease Standard set
Coronary artery disease
Localized prostate cancer Standard set
Localized prostate cancer
Low back pain Standard set
Low back pain
Cataract Standard set
Cataract
Parkinson’s disease Standard set
Parkinson’s disease
Depression & anxiety Standard set
Depression & anxiety
Advanced prostate cancer Standard set
Advanced prostate cancer
Cleft lip and palate Standard set
Cleft lip and palate
Lung cancer Standard set
Lung cancer
Hip and knee osteoarthritis Standard set
Hip and knee osteoarthritis
Stroke Standard set
Stroke
Macular degeneration Standard set
Macular degeneration
Facial palsy Standard set
Facial palsy
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