When health data is scattered in different locations or accessible to different groups and individuals, it becomes difficult to supervise it, make correct treatment decisions, and initiate actions towards individual patients. This has a huge impact on healthcare and research as time and funds are spent in trying to capture and aggregate data.
Correlating the data and allowing patients access to it becomes an added value as it facilitates continuous assessment of health outcomes (electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment or eCOA) and empowers patients to manage their own health.
Introducing Andaman7, a Belgian-American e-health company created to significantly improve communication between patients and their care providers, empowering them to work together more efficiently. The company’s Health Intermediation Platform fosters a patient-centric approach in collecting and sharing health records.
The patient can collect data from other systems such as hospital systems, Electronic Health Records (EHR), connected sensors and devices or manually, such as questionnaires (QoL, disease management), allergies, medications, food, ... and store them on their mobile device. The patient can then share (part of) this data with the care providers they trust. This approach, which is fully compliant with GDPR and HIPAA, allows patients to control their data and enables personalized medicine.
genae’s health and research management platform staicy captures health data from various sources and aggregates it to enable visual data discovery.
Together, genae and Andaman7, have been working on a solution that permits patients to share data directly with clinical (research) teams. Patients answer a pre-defined set of questions or use some connected devices at regular timepoints by using the Andaman7 mobile app. This data is then transferred to staicy where it can be accessed by designated users. Specific data can be selectively shared with persons involved -- patients, physicians and research staff -- and allows new insights instantaneously.
The solution will soon be expanded to include the possibility for patients to consent electronically to clinical trials. Moreover, Andaman7 is also working on mechanisms to automatically import EHR data from many sources in order to feed them to staicy.
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