To understand on a daily basis what affects the quality of life of patients and caregivers, disseminate your events in a personalized way and offer relevant resources throughout the disease.
We recognize that patient organizations play a fundamental role in the lives of patients, carrying their voices and seeking concrete solutions throughout the course of the disease.
But these patient organizations are themselves facing increasing difficulties that prevent them from launching innovative actions with a high social impact on a large number of patients.
They are often competing with other similar organizations for members and funds. They also lack access to the technological know-how needed to make data-driven decisions.
In addition, medical and social care for patients is partial and fragmented among multiple actors, making it difficult to assess the effect of actions on patients' lives and reducing their visibility to government.
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We are looking for enthusiastic partners who want to contribute to our service and in return receive a wide range of benefits!
Advantages for the Associations
Massive and targeted white-label distribution of events, articles, products and services.
A detailed characterization of patients' problems, suffering, needs and preferences, as well as the opinions, current practices and solutions favored by patients.
Minimal impact on the organization and the teams in place.
Increased legitimacy with partners and public authorities, with exclusive and relevant data.
The image of an innovative organization that is more committed, on a daily basis and over the long term, which allows it to differentiate itself from the competition and to attract members, volunteers and donors.
In the medium term, it will be possible to define optimal care pathways, anticipate the problems of new and declining patients, and cross-reference behavioral and usage data with data from shared medical records, connected objects and genomic analyses.