Are you a researcher preparing to do a patient-focused study, such as:
• Patient-centered outcomes
• Patient-reported outcomes, or
• Patient-reported experience measures
If so, we know you have to deal with the costs of in-office patient visits, as well as the challenges of patients being lost to follow up.
Outcomes by Nexus is a patient-focused study platform that combines a powerful web-based study builder with a convenient smartphone app that allows participants to submit their follow-up evaluations from anywhere.
Here’s how it works:
Your study is set up using a validated questionnaire, or questions you create.
Once the study opens, patients are enrolled through the website.
Then, the patient downloads the Outcomes app onto their smartphone.
The app handles informed consent and any other study documents.
Patients take the follow-up questionnaires on the schedule you specify.
A reminder system helps ensure compliance.
As permitted by your protocol, data monitoring can occur in real-time or at designated milestones.
Finally, at the end of the study, the full data set is delivered for comprehensive analysis
Now, here’s why it works:
Since patients are untethered from the doctor’s office, Outcomes by Nexus reduces the costs associated with traditional in-office visits.
Because the app follows patients everywhere—even if they move—it reduces the rate of those lost to follow-up.
With patients entering their own data, there are no transcription errors.
The number and frequency of patient follow-ups is no longer constrained by the cost of office visits.
The platform supports multi-center studies, and as many patients as needed.
And, as you would expect, it’s both HIPAA and 21 CFR Part 11 compliant.
Studies don’t need to be limited to administering questionnaires. By utilizing the sensors in smart devices, Outcomes by Nexus can be customized to collect objective data including things like range of motion, heart rate, blood pressure, or cognitive function.
The sky’s the limit.
Request a demo to see how Outcomes by Nexus can help revolutionize the way you do research.