||Improving Cancer Patient Care through Electronic Reported Patient Outcomes
||cancer care electronic reported patient outcomes ePROs Oncology patient care Thought Leadership + more Bruno Lempernesse possesses 25 years of experience in real-world patient data analytics and corporate leadership. Still, he wasn‚Äôt job hunting when he received a call from Carevive‚Äôs Co-founder Madelyn Trupkin Herzfeld.After that call, Lempernesse knew he wanted to be part of Carevive‚Äôs mission to improve cancer patients‚Äô experiences through ePROs ...
||As clinical trials move off-site, legal teams prepare for new challenges
||... Pose New Legal Questions DCTs reduce patient burden by allowing participants to handle all or some of the documentation, measurements, and routine clinician visits at home. By coupling these objective measurements with the subjective electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs), the research team benefits with richer, real time information captured in a patient‚Äôs natural environment as well as higher participant retention, which saves time and money. Ultimately, this method can ...
||Introducing Castor Connect
||... of all backgrounds in diverse locations. Decentralized and hybrid methodology also enables researchers to collect data which more accurately reflects the patient population in question.A key enabling technology that enhances participant experience is electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs), which Castor has historically offered via email and web. Now, we take this a step further by offering that same configurable experience in a mobile form factor.The Castor Connect app ...
||Bring Your Own Device: Why the Future of Clinical Trials Lies in Your Patients‚Äô Hands, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks
||... the operational benefits of a BYOD model for sponsors and CROs. Since smartphones are central to patients‚Äô lives, incorporating them into clinical trials is a logical step toward more reliable and less burdensome electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) collection. TORONTO (PRWEB) March 18, 2021 While bring-your-own-device (BYOD) has been in use for years, the pandemic has accelerated wider acceptance with the shift toward decentralized clinical trials ...
||Orgs Push Digital Medicine, EHR Tool to Advance Digestive Health
||... medicine toolkit and implement it into the EHR.Funded by a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant, the four healthcare institutions aim to develop the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Digital Therapeutics Toolkit to generate electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) through scientific evidence and digital medicine.During the pandemic, telehealth and digital monitoring became more prevalent for providing care for various chronic diseases. According to HHS, Medicare fee-for-service in ...
||Eliminate Patient Subjectivity and Data Errors with Integrated Endpoints Approach | 2021-01-31 | CenterWatch
||Sites, sponsors and CROs are increasingly using integrated endpoint approaches that examine electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) in clinical trials to eliminate the subjective nature of the data and root out any errors. But as the use of ePROs in trials is growing, the challenges of using them effectively to support endpoints are coming into focus.Such ePRO systems ‚Äúlead to more additional work than I think sponsors intended, and ...
||Mednet Launches New and Expanded ePRO Functionality
||Tags: ePRO , MedNetePRO Enhancements Improve User Experience and Enables Remote Clinical Trial ParticipationMINNEAPOLIS ‚Äì December 16, 2020 ‚Äì Today Mednet, a healthcare technology company, announced its latest software release featuring expanded electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) capabilities. The new ePRO module is designed to increase patient engagement and further enable remote participation, an increasingly important requirement in the COVID-19 era, while also significantly improving the user experience ...
||In Study, Cancer Patients Report Symptoms in Real Time
||... telephone-based digital reporting system.Fifty-two community-based oncology practices in the US were included in the PROTECT study. Half of the practices used the digital system.The researchers used online questionnaires, called electronic patient-reported outcomes , or ePROs. They simply had to answer questions about their physical symptoms, mental health and financial status on a five-point scale for severity using the digital system.When someone reported severe ...
||Cancer patients, clinicians find value in electronic real-time symptom
||... MSc, at the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and his colleagues reported in the journal JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics findings from the PRO-TECT trial, which is evaluating the use of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) among adults receiving outpatient treatment for advanced and metastatic cancers.“Our prior research showed that using a web-based system for patients to self-report symptoms to their cancer care team ...
||Patients See Utility in Digital Patient-Reported Outcomes Tools
||Patient Engagement HIT
||Patient Data Access News Patients See Utility in Digital Patient-Reported Outcomes Tools Nearly all patients using an electronic patient-reported outcomes tool said it was easy to use and collected relevant information about their health. 02, 2020 - Patients and their clinician counterparts are in agreement: real-time electronic patient-reported outcomes systems are useful for improving the patient experience, according to a study out of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive ...
||Cancer patients, clinicians find value in electronic real-time symptom
||... MSc, at the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and his colleagues reported in the journal JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics findings from the PRO-TECT trial, which is evaluating the use of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) among adults receiving outpatient treatment for advanced and metastatic cancers."Our prior research showed that using a web-based system for patients to self-report symptoms to their cancer care team ...
||Ransomware attack on health tech firm disrupted COVID-19 medical trials
||... testing the COVID-19 vaccine . However, the ransomware attack didn’t ruin any clinical trials but disrupted and slowed down some of the tests. ERT, which specializes in clinical services and gathers, evaluates, and distributes Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes ( ePRO ) for different clinical research phases, was attacked on Sep 20. But the details of the ransomware attack was only shared with media recently. According to the company, due to the attack ...
||Digital Health Technologies
||... substantially changed the delivery of rheumatology care. This Review discusses key barriers and opportunities to improve application of digital health technologies in rheumatology. Key topics include smart design, voice enablement and the integration of electronic patient-reported outcomes . Smart design involves active engagement with the end users of the technologies, including patients and clinicians through focus groups, user testing sessions and prototype review. Voice enablement using voice assistants could be ...
||The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders and Health Tracker
||... triage workflow which was later recognized by the Advisory Board as a best practice for patient triage and symptom management in cancer care. In June 2020, CCBD rolled out Health Tracker 2.0, Navigating Cancer’s electronic patient-reported outcomes program that prompts patients to report on how they’re feeling regularly. They are now able to more closely monitor symptoms and oral adherence which enables them to proactively intervene if needed, keeping ...
||Can mHealth Technology Help Mitigate the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
||... was to review mobile health (mHealth) technologies and explore their use to monitor and mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: A Task Force was assembled by recruiting individuals with expertise in electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes (ePRO), wearable sensors, and digital contact tracing technologies. Its members collected and discussed available information and summarized it in a series of reports. Results: The Task Force identified technologies that could be ...
||New toolkit guides hospitals integrating electronic patient-reported outcomes
||Becker's Hospital Review
||Print Email A new toolkit is available to help health systems integrate electronic patient-reported outcomes into care delivery. The toolkit provides guidelines and tools to health systems looking to integrate electronic patient-reported outcomes into clinical care, as opposed to patient-reported outcomes collected through traditional pen-and-paper methods. The guidelines are organized around three core topic areas: governance, integration and reporting. The toolkit was developed by a ...
||Latest iMednet Release Delivers First Phase Roll Out of Enhanced ePRO Capabilities
||Latest iMednet Release Delivers First Phase Roll Out of Enhanced ePRO Capabilities Published: Jun 11, 2020 MINNEAPOLIS , June 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Mednet, a healthcare technology company, announced a new software release of its eClinical platform, iMednet. The recent update builds on Mednet's strategic priorities to expand its feature set while improving the overall user experience and expanding the scalability of the platform. The latest release was recently rolled out ...
||Navigating Cancer extends digital health leadership with advanced remote monitoring solution
||Navigating Cancer extends digital health leadership with advanced remote monitoring solution Share Article Health Tracker 2.0, an electronic patient-reported outcomes program, enables cancer care providers to deliver remote care and improve patient safety As the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates the adoption of digital health technology for vulnerable cancer patients, Health Tracker is a critical tool for cancer care. At Navigating Cancer we’re passionate about delivering solutions that advance patient ...
||At-Home PROs Offer Effective Approach for QoL Monitoring in Prostate Cancer Trials
||At the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting (May 29-31, 2020), researchers from ERT—a global data and technology company that helps minimize risk in clinical trials—shed light on the effectiveness and feasibility of the collection of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) at home for monitoring quality of life (QoL) in patients with prostate cancer participating in clinical trials. PROs and ePROs are often used in the ...
||Electronic patient-reported outcomes program critical tool for cancer care
||The Journal of Oncology Practice recently published an editorial titled, “ COVID-19 Emergency and the Need to Speed Up the Adoption of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in Cancer Clinical Practice. ” The physician authors pointed out 4 critical reasons to adopt an electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) program: Ensure systematic evaluation of symptoms and toxicity. An ePRO program prompts patients to report what they’re experiencing on a regular basis. As opposed ...