Patient reported outcomes via mobile devices or web entry, this solution is designed to support and empower patients with visual impairment or other disabilities that could effect data entry and compliance.


Direct integration with IBM Clinical Development (EDC) ecosystem allows for security rich features that instills confidence in your patients data.



Single questionaire setup allows study designers flexible options for their patients. With 30 languages supported, this solution affords researchers the flexibility to conduct their studies with different patient populations regardless of language.

What is ePRO?

An electronic patient-reported outcome (ePRO) is a patient-reported outcome that is collected by electronic methods. ePRO methods are most commonly used in clinical trials, but they are also used elsewhere in health care.


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Every therapeutic area

Supports trials in every therapeutic area, including

  • Gastroenterology
  • Cardiology
  • Oncology
  • Pediatric
  • Psychiatry/CNS
  • Respiratory
  • Rheumatology
  • Urology
  • Women’s Health
  • Endocrinology
  • Metabolic
  • Immunology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Musculoskeletal

Introducing our new ePRO Mobile App: My Clinical Diary

We’re excited to announce the launch of My Clinical Diarya new mobile app that lets study participants log their data from any iOS-enabled smartphone with web access. Take a personalized demo today and experience the future of clinical trials.

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Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes Mobile App for Clinical Research

Designed to put the patient at the center of your trial

  • Quicker access to primary efficacy data from each patient’s perspective
  • Validation of all data — even in multilingual, global studies — through a single database
  • More informed decision making through the evaluation of on-demand source data
  • Easy deployment of mid-study changes to keep studies on track and on budget
  • Increased efficiency by eliminating double data entry and the need to decipher illegible handwriting you find
  • Support for quality of life (SF 12 and SF 36) and many other templates

"So why is IBM at OCT Southeast?": We are SO glad you asked!

Of all the questions we heard as a sponsor of last week’s Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Southeast conference, that was definitely the most frequent.

And it’s perfectly understandable. Because while IBM has worked in healthcare for more than half a century (we developed the first pediatric medical record in the 1960s), most of that work has been “behind the scenes” supporting the use of technology in tens of thousands of hospitals, health systems and research organizations worldwide.

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Join IBM to learn best practices in conducting patient-centric trials

Thought leaders from industry and patient-advocacy groups to share methods to optimize trials through stronger patient relationships at national conference.

Patient Centricity, the drive to better align the needs and expectations of both patient and researcher in a clinical trial, is among today’s most important industry issues. Advanced technologies such as smartphones, wearable devices and embedded sensors can help researchers enhance the quality of patient relationships and the timeliness and accuracy of patient-reported data.

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