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Start collecting Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures

Empower your study participants by allowing them to complete Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) — anywhere, anytime. Easily capture real-world evidence and valuable performance indicators.

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Build Powerful ePRO Forms

Design your own forms with over a dozen field types. Allow the participants of your clinical trial to install the Teamscope app on their smartphones (available on Android and iOS) and complete periodic mobile forms.

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Secure Mobile Forms

Teamscope is specifically designed for sensitive data collection. Data is encrypted on our Android, iOS application and servers with data-at-rest encryption and also as it is communicated with TLS 1.2.

To keep data sensitive the Teamscope app times out after a limited time, after that time users must enter passcode to unlock the app.

Teamscope complies with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and HIPAA.
For cross-sectional studies, we let you create entries without needing to create or attach them to a case, resulting in faster data gathering.

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Capture Patient Reported Experience Measurements (PREMs)

Empower your patients and hear what they have to see about their journey. Create a stronger relationship with your participants by enabling continuos feedback through secure patient satisfaction questionnaires.

Invalid data, warning and required fields trigger individual data queries that can be then marked as open or resolved

Monitor data in real-time with Query Management

Our Query management system allows you to customize your forms with business logic and track the data entries that trigger those rules.

Whenever a patient, or user, enters a value on Teamscope that matches a validation rule you have defined, the platform automatically flags that entry and isolates it on our Data Queries report.

Each flagged data entry becomes an entity in itself and thus can be tracked over time to see if it is still present, or if it has been resolved by someone in the team.