Zamplo Research

An electronic data capture platform for Researchers.

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Zamplo Research is a scalable solution for remote Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) monitoring, secure longitudinal data collection for any medical condition or therapy, and built-in participant compliance monitoring to improve adherence.

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We attended the 30th annual International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) Conference in Calgary. Our team presented the abstract “Radiation PATH: Evaluating A Mobile Health-Based Radiation Oncology Patient Assessment Tool.”

 

Zamplo Research can be used to advance health related quality of life clinical research and care.Learn More

Wearable Integration

Zamplo connects directly with wearable devices to maintain privacy and does not use a third-party tool. This integration allows for one central location for all data collection.

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Tools for Customization

Configure health tracking routines and standardized PROMs surveys. Participants from various disease profiles can have a custom experience designed just for them.

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Participant Empowerment

Participants who use the Zamplo App can self-monitor their health and access their information at any time. After the research project is completed, participants can keep their data for life - improving retention and connection with participants in the future.

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Data Security and Privacy

All data is communicated over encrypted connections and resides on Amazon Web Services servers in Canada. Zamplo Inc. does not have access to participant or study data. Data extraction can be performed only by authorized users.

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Patient-Reported Outcomes

A scalable solution for global, longitudinal PROMs collection that lets participants self-monitor and report their data from anywhere in the world, on any device.

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Ethics Approved

Zamplo Research studies have received ethics approval from respective institutional ethics boards such as the Coordinated Approval Process for Clinical Research and Institutional Authorization (CAPCR) and Health Research Ethics Board of Alberta Cancer Committee (HREBA-CC)

Who We Support

Current Projects

UHN (3)

PATH Project

This survey-based study will determine whether systemic monitoring of symptoms via patient-reported outcome measures during radiation therapy delivery improves clinical outcomes and re-allocates nursing resources meaningfully.

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