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A turnkey solution, with easy on-boarding and operational processes minimizes sponsors risk in using PaDiSys, offers an advanced solution that is simple to use for therapeutic areas ranging from pain studies, diabetics studies to cardiovascular studies.

Pain

PaDiSys-mPRO solution, when utilized in a Pain study, can help drive both assessment compliance and treatment compliance. In a sample study, PaDiSys-mPRO was configured to support a Daily Pain Diary, as well as multiple periodic Quality-of-Life assessments, such as the EQ-5D, in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Urdu and Chinese. Patients received daily reminders to complete the Daily Pain Diary assessment, periodic reminders to complete the EQ-5D as scheduled, as well as reminders to take their study medication twice daily. Site staff and monitors were able to view patients' compliance to protocol in real-time through reports in the PaDiSys web portal.

Diabetes

The PaDiSys-mPRO solution, in a diabetes study, can be used to help patients better self-manage, as well as complete study procedures and assessments according to the study protocol. Patients are reminded to take their fasting blood glucose readings, as well as pre- and post-prandial readings, and enter them into their PaDiSys diary. Patients can also record their insulin intake when applicable. In addition, patients receive reminders to take their study medication according to study protocol. Patients who do not confirm that they have taken their study medication will receive follow-up reminders to do so. Site staffs are able to review the patients' blood glucose and medication adherence data through the PaDiSys web portal.


Cardiovascular

The PaDiSys-mTA solution can be used in behavioral intervention studies, for example, for investigating the effects of an intervention for post-cardiac surgery patients. In studies such as this, where Patient Reported Outcomes are not collected, the PaDiSys-mTA solution is used to remind patients when to expect home visits from nurses and when to take medication by SMS text messages sent to the patient's own mobile phone. In addition, educational messages about lifestyle as part of the intervention program are sent to patients on a regular basis to remind patients, for example, to remember to exercise everyday and eat healthy foods in order to accelerate recovery. Summaries of the patients' medication adherence responses can be viewed by site and study staff via the PaDiSys web portal.

And catering to many more with complex study designs...