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Other Online Tools

HealthMeasures are currently available in many data collection tools.


OBERD (www.oberd.com) is an enterprise software built to support smart outcomes data collection. OBERD optimizes patient compliance for outcomes data capture and provides access to most PROMIS®, ASCQ-Me®, and Neuro-QoL instruments at no additional charge to their licensees. There is also no charge for student or other non-commercial research projects. For additional information, contact OBERD at sales@oberd.com


BrightOutcome (www.brightoutcome.com) has developed ePRO, patient portal, symptom management systems, and other applications that can include HealthMeasures. Systems can be configured to support research and care across a variety of populations and clinical domains for use by patients, practitioners, clinical trial managers, and researchers. For additional information, contact BrightOutcome at https://www.brightoutcome.com/contact-us.php


MyGiHealth (https://mygihealth.io/) is a free iOS smartphone app that allows patients to assess and track their gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms using PROMIS GI measures. Patients can forward their scores to physicians who use PROMIS scores to guide clinical decision-making.


The DADOS application (www.dadosproject.com) provides an environment for collecting, managing and reporting outcome data and enables the flexibility to meet the unique requirements of specific study types, research workflows and clinical environments. The application also provides an extensive administrative interface, with capabilities to create, design and manage clinical research forms intuitively, without the need for expensive, customized software development efforts. By user request DADOS has made PROMIS-CATs available in their extensive library. Furthermore, the software was designed to be fully compliant with privacy regulations (HIPAA/PIPEDA), with enhanced privacy related features including audit logging capabilities, role based user access permissions, and a repository for study related source documentation. For additional information, visit: https://www.dadosproject.com/